We’ve all heard about the importance of strategic planning: charting an intentional course forward based on a careful consideration of our missions, contexts, priorities, limits, and possibilities. Far less attention is given to strategic assessment—where we ask how well we are doing something, how we could do it better, or whether we should be doing the thing at all.
Administrators in theological schools make it possible for faculty to teach and for students to learn. For more than 40 years, administrators at ATS member schools have benefited from the communities of practice that support them with peer networking and shared knowledge. Through Engage ATS, conferences, webinars, and access to ATS resources, they gain a deeper sense of vocation as well as innovative ideas, new skills, and proven tools to excel in their work. Visit the dropdown page under Resources > For Administrators in the main menu above for information regarding your specific group.