Appendix E
Roadmap for Emerging Research Institutions



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Appendix E Roadmap for Emerging Research Institutions 

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 Goal Key Results Key Strategies 12-Month Action Plan Create a compelling/value- Clearly identified and Develop searchable research Inventory existing capabilities added niche for research articulated areas of strength capabilities database Identify potential customers Flow of external funding Create college strategic and partners for joint ventures into areas of expertise plans outlining areas of Create strategy to fill expertise Presence of niche in strength gaps University marketing Identify partners who align Survey the market materials with and complement opportunities strengths Cultivate top-level Research articulated as a Frame the research program Use capabilities inventory as champions or advocates top goal for the university in terms that align with the seeds of a vision and business by the president; president university mission case speaks publicly about Sponsor informal dialogues Convene forum to build shared research and invests on ways to help faculty to vision and strategy accordingly engage in research Fundraising by president Develop a compelling targeted for research business case Allocation of x% of Present the results of other university resources to ERI benchmarks research Involve president, research Senior administration administrator, and local and faculty governance business people in jointly advocates for research defining a strategy and research productivity Map existing relationships measures in assessment, promotion, evaluation, and salary decisions

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Engage faculty and students Core of active researchers Identify critical mass of Create and market the incentive fully in research projects. Increased proposal faculty by interest and plan and get endorsement submissions and grant capabilities Allocate research incentive awards Publicize incentives for funds Doubling of publications research Identify and pursue large grant with student co-authors Create faculty learning opportunities Well-established research communities for research centers attracting faculty collaboration and students Engage external Regional and national “Big events” around Develop a stakeholder map of stakeholders visibility and recognition successes interests and goals $x appropriated state and Effective networks of Get stakeholders’ feedback to federal funds stakeholders research vision $x targeted donations Research advisory group from industry and local Articulated value to the organizations regional market Develop a robust A proactive, strategic, Graphically map key Revised flow chart with infrastructure for research responsive, knowledgeable business processes streamlined system business operations CP for business affairs Develop and track Engage all constituents to plan Streamlined business performance and customer implementation of changes systems – efficiency and satisfaction metrics effectiveness Inventory research facilities and align with the needs of research centers Educate administrators about the importance of their roles in supporting research Develop cross-divisional working groups to streamline business processes  continued

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 Goal Key Results Key Strategies 12-Month Action Plan Establish an office of Professional staff and patent Examine best practices Identify prospects for IP intellectual property counsel Hire an experienced disclosure Effective intellectual professional Develop benchmarks (refer to property policies and Educate the campus AUTM) committee regarding IP policies and Allocate funds to support the Intellectual property procedures position, operations, and IP disclosures and licensed Visibly reward faculty portfolio technologies efforts Market IP assets to companies