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TRAINING ON

DEPED’s
STRATEGIC
PLANNING
CONTENT &
PROCESS
July 29-August 2, 2013
DepED RO2 Conference Hall
Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City
Management
of Learning
VMOKraPiSPATRes
VMOKraPi
THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING A …

VISION
A. It aids in planning……
A road map to get from
A to B
B. It is useful for surfacing,
recognizing and
reconciling alternative
and frequently competing
beliefs about an
organization’s future
state.
C. The lack of a clear vision
VISION
 A Clear Picture Of A Desired
End-result
 Specific And Tangible In
The Imagination
 A Crystallization Of What
You Want To Create
 Describes The Complete
Result: The Whole Picture
 Lofty Definition Of A
Desired Future State
VISION
 Deals With A Distant Future
Point
 Does Not Require Knowing
How To Get There
 Described In Qualitative,
Subjective Terms
 Noble, Worthy Of One's
Commitment
 Inspiring, Exciting, Really
Desired
VISIONING
A Process:
 Of Creative visualization
 Of Picturing Vividly In The
Mind A Desired End-result As
Complete
 Of Seeing Inwardly The Gap
between The End-result and
Current Reality
 Involves Intuition And
Imagination
TIPS ON CREATING A VISION

 Create a clear picture in your mind


of what you want your
organization to be like in the
future.
 Make your picture as vivid and
detailed as possible.
 Make it powerful enough to excite
people to aim for it.
 Do not think about hindrances,
difficulties and ways to get there
yet.
 Let your imagination flow and
picture what you really desire.
WHAT A GOOD VISION DOES?

 Creates a sense of
belonging, alignment,
“togetherness”
 Orients, and provides a
sense of purpose and
meaning
 Captures people’s hearts,
minds and spirits
 Gives a sense of security,
stability, and clear destiny –
what the organization is
becoming
 Ennobles, empowers, and
excites
Elements
Identify the elements of the vision
Elements:
1.“no child should be left behind”
2.all Filipino children have the right to good
education
3.good quality education = decent work/pay
4.education is molding the character and increasing
the confidence of all learners so that they would be
self-motivated, highly productive and morally
upright citizens of the country
Sample Vision:
Every Child Educated,
Every Graduate Employed,
Every Citizen
Empowered.
VISION
an idealized state of being set in the future
by an organization (see page 4)

Sample Vision Statement for a


DepEd unit

Every Child Educated,


Every Graduate Employed,
Every Citizen
Empowered.
EXERCISE 1

Craft your own Vision Statement.


Explain the Vision Statement.
1. Must be your own career statement.
( family, friends, self)
2. You can draw or write the vision and
identify the elements.
3. Write your vision statement using the
elements
4. You might want to consider Global
Market.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VISION AND MISSION

VISION MISSION
 Refers to a future state, a  Normally refers to the
condition that is better than present. It is a timeless
what now exists explanation of the
organization’s identity and
 When a vision is achieved a ambition
new vision needs to be
 When a mission is achieved
crafted
it can remain the same and
 When there are changes in members of the
the environment, the vision organization can still draw
needs to be revisited. strength from their common
timeless cause
 Associated with a goal
 Associated with a way of
behaving
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VISION AND MISSION
MISSION
a statement defines the basic purpose
for being of an organization

It is the very mandate of DepEd.

Hence, it cannot be stated far


from the basic purpose of
educating Filipino children
MISSION
• Answers the following questions:
– Why do we exist?
– What do we value?
– What are our competencies?
– Who are our stakeholders?
• It begins by reflecting one’s organizational
beliefs
• It embodies your unit’s values and beliefs
system
• It defines your unit’s overall purpose or reason
for existence
Sample Mission Statement
To educate all Filipino
children to the best of
their abilities so that they
may reach their full
potentials.

EXPLANATION:

1.Academic excellence is suggested but the statement


also recognizes that children have different brain
preferences or intelligences as hinted by the phrase,
“to the best of their abilities.”

2.Reaching one’s full potentials means stretching the


mind, body and spirit of a person in a holistic and
effective manner.
Exercise 2
Craft your own Mission

Statement.

Explain the Mission

Statement.
OBJECTIVES
are measurable end results. They are the
desired outputs and outcomes of the
education process.

R
Generally, objectives fall under six R’s...
each
esponsiveness
atings
eturns
evenues
ecognition
OBJECTIVES
Objectives are what organizations want to accomplish—the end results they want to
achieve—in a given time frame. In addition to being accomplished within a certain time
frame, objectives should be realistic (achievable) and be measurable.

EXAMPLE:
To increase sales by 2 percent by the end of the year” 
Reach

Responsiveness is the ability to satisfy the


needs, wants and requirements in the field you want to
pursue.

Ratings quantified assessments


are the
personal and certifications (i.e. numerical
indicators of satisfaction)
Returns represent the Return on the Education
Investment .

Revenues are the resources raised  

Recognition is the reputation, prestige and


image of the unit in the eyes of its immediate
constituencies and in the eyes of the country as a
whole.
Sample Objectives:
- Reach ( what do you want to reach?)

- be Responsive to the quality


expectations of who and what?

T
- attain high Ratings in what ?

- Return on investment to what and


Who?

O
- receive Revenues through and from?

- gain Recognition as one of the best


in what ?
EXERCISE 3

Craft your own


objectives.
KEY RESULT AREAS (KRAs)
manifestations that the Objectives are being
realized. They are stated in terms of
focused performance parameters which
must still be quantified

Performance Indicators
(PIs) are the numerical measurements
attached to the KRAs. These PIs are the
targeted performance outputs and
outcomes
Objectives KRAs PIs

a. Gross Enrolment Rate


Put specific numbers here for
b. Participation Rate
the planning period. If planning
Reach c. Cohort Survival Rate
for five years, then there should
d. Dropout Rate
be a PI for each of the five years.
e. Others

a. Percentage of Graduates who


find gainful employment
b. Percentage attaining level of a. Precise percentage
Responsiveness
skills and competencies set for b. Precise percentage
each and every grade up to the
end of K to 12

a. Rating scores attained in Actual


Relevant Tests a. Precise scores and exact
Ratings b. Ratings given by ranking
parents/students in satisfaction b. Precise ratings
surveys
Objectives KRAs PIs

a. Percentage Return on Public Investment on


Basic Education a. Precise percentage
b. Average Percentage Return on Education b. Precise percentage
Returns
Investment of Parents. c. Average salary attained in
c. Salary levels of graduates after K to 12 for Pesos
those who opt for immediate employment

a. Resources raised from National/Local


Governments for
 Capital Outlays a. Precise amount of
 Personnel Services resources raised in pesos to
Revenues  Operating Expenses defray all fund needs
b. Resources raised b. Precise amount of
 from donors resources raised in pesos
 from community
 from parents

a. Number of awards received by school staf a. Precise number


b. Number of awards received by students b. Precise number
Recognition
c. Number of awards received by teachers c. Precise number
d. Accreditation level attained d. Precise accreditation level
EXERCISE 4
Craft your own KRAs and
PIs for every Objective. If
planning for a longer time
period (say, five years) then
come up with PIs for each
of the five years.
A. Objective 1
1. KRA PI
2. KRA PI
3. KRA PI
B. Objective 2
1. KRA PI
2. KRA PI
3. KRA PI
C. Objective 3
1. KRA PI
2. KRA PI
3. KRA PI
Other Objectives
Writeshop
Presentation of
Model VMOKraPI