PRASE

Phase 1 - Summary Report

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Key Strengths Phase 1 consultations, workshops and the Change Readiness Assessment identified a number of strengths for York University to build on • Strong Senior level sponsorship (VPFA, Provost, President) • IRP process in place and recognized to be an anchor for PRASE • Transformational change with all that it implies is a key desired outcome of PRASE • Recognition that investment is required to obtain the benefits of the program • Recognition that change is required and York staff are willing to entertain what change might look like The community is generally supportive of change: • Leaders are seen to have appropriately reinforced the case for change and the urgency of these changes • Community members generally agree that there is a clear and compelling need for change • Those interviewed feel that the leaders are personally committed to the success of this project • “Doing nothing is not an option!” PwC 11/03/2011 10

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