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Priority 5: Committing to Continuous Improvement
The Auburn University System will make an across-the-board commitment to continuous improvement in strengthening our management approaches and increasing our efficiency.
Initiative 3: Generate new auxiliary sources of revenue.
Strategic Priority 56: Identify Sources | 50% COMPLETE
Auburn University continues to develop plans for one new major income stream for the institution.
"We will continue our efforts to identify supplementary sources of revenue based on our existing capabilities. Example opportunities include offering fee-based courses in areas of distinctive competence and high professional demand and expanding the university's master's level distance education offerings.
As part of Auburn's commitment to continuous improvement, we will create a team of continuous improvement champions who will report to the executive vice president and will be charged with fundamentally reviewing operations improvement across the board. Achieving continuous improvement requires champions in all organizational units to promote a culture that "improvement is what AU is all about" and to spearhead a systematic process for identifying and capturing high-value improvement opportunities."
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Last Updated: Feb. 22, 2013