THE FLATS – Georgia Tech athletics unveiled a new strategic plan on Tuesday. The plan outlines the department’s goals, action plans and measurement metrics for the remainder of the current decade through 2030.
“With our new strategic plan, we now have a blueprint to lead Georgia Tech athletics through the rest of the decade,” Georgia Tech director of athletics Todd Stansbury said. “Our plan not only outlines what will do to continue to develop Everyday Champions that will change the world, but also brings us in full alignment with the goals outlined in the Institute’s new strategic plan.”
Georgia Tech athletics’ plan outlines six areas of strategic focus to:
- champion academic excellence;
- achieve competitive excellence;
- build Everyday Champions;
- expand recruiting operations;
- enhance resource development;
- cultivate community engagement.
Each area of strategic focus includes goals, action items and metrics to track progress. The plan was constructed to fully support and align with the six areas of strategic focus in the Institute’s new strategic plan, which was unveiled in 2020, to amplify impact, cultivate well-being, connect globally, expand access, champion innovation and lead by example.
Georgia Tech athletics’ strategic-planning process in August 2020. The plan was formulated following a comprehensive operational review by College Sports Solutions (CSS) and input from a ride range of Tech athletics’ constituencies, including student-athletes, coaches, staff, campus partners and alumni/fans.
Click HERE to download a .pdf of Georgia Tech athletics’ complete 2021-30 strategic plan.
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