Geisel’s Strategic Improvements to be Guided by Key Performance Indicators

As Geisel School of Medicine continues to strive towards its strategic goals, the team of strategic goal champions have developed Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to measure our growth and progress. KPIs are essentially measurable values that demonstrate how effectively an organization is achieving its key objectives. For example, some KPIs for Geisel School of Medicine may include the number of students who identify as underrepresented minorities, the number of research grants awarded, or the percentage of faculty who participate in diversity and inclusion training.

Our strategic goals impact several domains, including Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB), Geisel's culture and values, education, and research. By developing KPIs for each of these areas, we can better track our progress and ensure we stay on track with our goals.

To support KPI tracking, we plan to use various tools such as institution-wide surveys, focus groups, and other metrics. We will also publish our final work plans before September to give everyone an idea of what we will be measuring over the next five years.

Updates on our progress will be published on the second Monday of every month in the "Geisel insider." So, be sure to check it out for the latest news and updates.

We appreciate your continued support in making Geisel School of Medicine a better place to learn, work, and innovate. Together, we can achieve our goals and lead Geisel forward as One Geisel.