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    Transformation Phase 2.3

    October 25, 2016

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  • Create a Vision

    1. Leverage our size and resources

    2. Have a clear vision

    3. Eliminate inefficiencies

    4. Align priorities across the system

    5. Create opportunities

    1. A more efficient college

    2. A more interconnected college

    3. A more responsive college

    4. A more aligned college

    5. A more innovative college

    6. A more successful student and graduate

    Organizational Drivers Desired Future State

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  • The HCC Vision

    HCC will be a leader in providing high quality, innovative education leading to student success and completion of workforce and academic programs.

    We will be responsive to community needs and drive economic development in

    the communities we serve.

    The Ultimate Student Experience

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  • C O M P E T E N C I E S

    T R A N S F O R M A T I O NV I S I O N

    H C C

    C O R E V A L U E S

    M I S S I O N

    A. Focus on one HCC and consistency

    of quality experience across the

    campuses, departments, and facilities

    B. Foster an environment within the

    institution as a compelling place to

    work and learn

    C. Employ analytic measures to assess

    and guide performance excellence

    I. STUDENT SUCCESS

    A. Improve student preparedness,

    readiness and alignment

    B. Improve the student experience

    C. Increase student completion

    D. Ensure that instructional programs

    prepare students for success in

    current and future working

    environments

    II. ORGANIZATIONALSTEWARDSHIP

    A. Ensure that the strategic plan serves

    as the basis for funding

    B. Improve and streamline business

    transactions and processes

    C. Increase diversity, inclusion and

    engagement throughout the

    institution

    III. PERFORMANCEEXCELLENCE

    A. Build a culture that champions

    collaboration, creativity, and

    innovation

    B. Increase innovation in teaching and

    learning

    C. Expand the use of technology

    throughout the institution

    IV. INNOVATION

    Focus

    Foster

    Employ

    Improve

    Increase

    Ensure

    Serve

    Process

    Engage

    Build

    Teach

    Expand

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    Focus on StrategyChange Leadership Mobilization Governance processes Focus on strategy

    Strategic Alignment Link to budgets Analytics feedback Learning and adjusting

    Strategic Focus Strategic awareness Strategic readiness Strategic scorecards

    Organizational Alignment Corporate role College synergies Shared service synergies

    Translate Strategy Operational processes Continual improvement Execute plan

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    Organizational Alignment Divisional View

    INSTRUCTION STUDENT SERVICESFINANCE &

    ADMINISTRATION

    SUSTAINABILITY LEGAL & COMPLIANCE COMMUNICATION

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    KIMBERLY BEATTY VC for Instructional

    Services

    STEPHEN LEVEY AVC for Instructional

    Services

    XXX Dean Life & Natural

    Science

    XXX *Dean Business (COE, Northeast

    College)

    XXX Dean

    Mathematics

    XXX Dean English & Comm.

    XXX Dean Social &

    Behavioral Science

    XXX Dean Liberal Arts,

    Humanities & Education

    XXX Dir CoE

    Virtual College

    CATHERINE OBRIEN AVC for College

    Readiness

    XXX Dean of College

    Readiness

    DAVID JOOST Dir Adult Basic

    Education

    XXX Dir P-16 Initiatives

    MADELINE BURILLO AVC for Technical

    Education

    XXX Dean Continuing

    Education

    MATIAS GARZA Dir Operations

    DAWNICA JACKSON Dir Marketing

    XXX Dir Perkins

    Deans/Dir Centers of

    Excellence

    XXX Exec Dir Curriculum &

    Instructional Assessment

    XXX Dir, Visual &

    Performing Arts

    XXX Exec Dir Honors & Weekend College

    JUDY CANTWELL Dir SACS & Compliance

    DAVID DIEHL Dir Faculty Academy

    CESAR MALDONADO Chancellor

    HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

    VALERIE SIMPSON Associate General

    Counsel & Compliance Officer

    SANDRA GARCIA Associate General

    Counsel

    ASHLEY SMITH Acting General

    Counsel

    FREDERICA GUTHRIE Communication Officer

    REMMELE YOUNG AVC Governmental

    Relations

    DAVID CROSS Dir EEO/Compliance

    GWEN DRUMGOOLE Manager Risk Management

    XX Manager Records

    Retention

    XXX Dir HCC-TV

    SHEILA BRIONES Dir Community Development

    JOSEPH CONWAY Dir Print & E-Media

    Community Outreach Senior Writer

    Budget Analyst

    INSTRUCTION) FINANCE)&)ADMIN)

    LEGAL)&)COMPLIANCE) COMMUNICATION)SUSTAINABILITY)

    JENNIFER HOLMES Dir Entrep. Initiatives/Community Relations

    MAYA DURNOVO Chief Entrepreneurial

    Init. Officer

    MARTHA OBURN Exec Dir

    Institutional Research & Innovation

    EDMUND HEROD VC for Innovation,

    Planning & Institutional Analytics

    CATHERINE LANDRY Exec Dir Goldman

    Sachs (Grant funded)

    JANICE JACQUES Dir Grants

    Development

    MARIO HEREDIA Dir Research Support

    Services

    GIGI DO Exec Dir

    International Initiatives

    Planning & Budget

    Procurement

    Financial Aid

    TERI ZAMORA VC for Financial &

    Administrative Services

    WILLIAM CARTER VC Information

    Technology

    Information Technology

    JANET MAY Chief Human

    Resource Officer

    Human Resources

    CHARLES SMITH Chief Facilities Officer

    Facilities

    KARLA BENDER Controller

    ROGELIO ANASAGASTI

    Exec Dir Procurement

    GREG CUNNINGHAM Chief HCC Police

    Police

    RON DEFALCO Treasurer

    Treasury Operations

    JOELLEN SOUCIER Exec Dir Financial Aid

    XXX Exec Dir Libraries

    Corrections Apprenticeships Center for Health

    Science Professions

    XXX Exec Dir

    Success & Completion

    IRENE PORCARELLO Interim VC for Student

    Services

    RUDY SOLIZ Interim President SE

    College

    College Operations Student Services

    XXX Dir CoE

    Material Science

    XXX Dir CoE Logistics

    MARGARET FORD-FISHER

    President NE College

    College Operations

    Student Services

    ZACHARY HODGES President NW College

    College

    Operations

    Student Services

    XXX Dir CoE

    Engineering

    XXX Dir CoE

    Media Arts & Technology

    XXX Dean CoE

    Global Energy Institute

    XXX Dir CoE

    Public Safety Institute

    XXX CoE

    *Transportation

    WILLIAM HARMON President Central

    College

    College Operations Student Services

    PHILLIP NICOTERA President Coleman

    College

    College Operations Student Services

    XXX Dean CoE

    Health Sciences

    XXX Dir CoE

    Consumer Arts Sciences

    XXX Dir CoE

    Construction

    XXX *CoE

    Aviation

    CHERYL STERLING AVC, Student Success

    PARVIN BAGHERPOUR AVC International Student Services

    XXX Exec Dir Student

    Learning & Support

    District Student Services

    Instructional Learning Support

    District International Student Services

    FENA GARZA President SW

    College

    College Operations Student Services

    XXX Dir CoE

    Adv Manufacturing

    XXX Dir CoE

    Digital & Info Technology

    XXX ** CoE

    Robotics

    New/)Repurposed)posi?on)

    Change)in)Repor?ng)Structure)

    STUDENT)SERVICES)

    Created Nov/Dec 20158

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    Student Svc

    Fin & Admin

    Gen Counsel

    Planning & IE

    Com & Marketing

    Instruction

    Organizational Alignment Functional View

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    Value Zone(delivery)

    Empowerment Zone(resource mgmt)

    Strategy

  • Academic Standards Collaboration

    Student Success

    Educated Workforce

    Culture of Trust

    Innovation Passion

    Accountability

    Student Commitment

    Consistency

    Core Values

    The HCC Way Our Cultural Core

    Deliver High Quality Work

    Accept Responsibility

    Serve Our Stakeholders

    Support Organizational Goals

    Drive Continuous Improvement

    Act with Integrity

    Think Critically

    Manage Change

    Communicate Effectively

    Core Behaviors

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    Student Services Redesign Criteria

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    A. Be aligned with the strategic plan.B. Improve student satisfaction.C. Empower delegation to the Value Zone.D. Right size span of managementE. Improve communications.F. Reduce process (cycle) time.

    The new structure should:

  • Matching Structure to Strategy

    Basic Structures

    Functional Undifferentiated market Scale of expertise Long life cycles Common standards

    Geographical Service on site Appear local Geographic market Low transport cost

    Process Potential for change Need for reduced cycle Strong alt to functional Reduced costs

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  • Matching Structure to Strategy

    Basic Structures

    Functional Undifferentiated market Scale of expertise Long life cycles Common standards

    Geographical Service on site Appear local Geographic market Low transport cost

    Process Potential for change Need for reduced cycle Strong alt to functional Reduced costs

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  • Matching Structure to Strategy

    Basic Structures

    Functional Undifferentiated market Scale of expertise Long life