CONCURRENT SESSIONS

Managing Transformation through Strategic Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Reporting

Day:

21 September 2018

Time:

11:30-12:30

Description:

This concurrent session is designed for participants with intermediate ability to apply core concepts and practices of strategic planning to support the managing of transformation across an institution. Session will include a high-level overview of the SWOT Analysis, goal setting, deployment and implementation, as well as tools and resources for monitoring and reporting progress.

Learning Objective #1: Increased awareness and understanding of the SWOT Analysis process.

Learning Objective #2: Increased awareness and understanding of the phases of development and implementation.

Learning Objective #3: Increased awareness and understanding of the tools and resources shared to support effective monitoring and reporting.

Both whole group and small group sharing and reflection will be incorporated into the session.

Presenters/Facilitators:

Dr. Carlos Antonio Viera

Dr. Carlos Antonio Viera

Director for Planning, Policy Analysis and Grant Program Support, Miami Dade College

A successful and highly accomplished scholar-practitioner with more than 30 years of diverse professional experiences, Dr. Carlos Antonio Viera currently serves with Miami Dade College as the Director for Planning, Policy Analysis and Grant Program Support. In the past, Dr. Viera has also served as the District Director for the Office of Performance Improvement, a direct report to the Chief of Accountability and Systemwide Performance for Miami-Dade County Public Schools having received a Certificate of Commendation from the Superintendent in 2004.

Dr. Viera earned a PhD from Capella University, completing his doctoral dissertation in the School of Education, entitled School Counselors and Advisors Using Data-Driven Decision-Making: Identification and Analysis of Barriers and Enablers, with a specialization in Training and Performance Improvement. The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) recognized this study as 2015 Distinguished Dissertation- Second Place. In 2015, Dr. Viera was awarded the Sandra Southmayd Leadership Award by the Dade Counseling Association (DCA). He has also earned a Master’s degree from the University of Miami in Education and completed a Bachelors in Psychology with a minor in Education from Florida International University (FIU). He has also completed graduate level Certificate in Educational Leadership from FIU. He is also a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) credential from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) through Barry University.