CTU Main extension campuses conduct strategic planning and cascading of performance targets

Cascading of Performance Targets organized by the CTU Main Extension campuses

Cebu Technological University Main Extension Campuses organized the Campus Strategic Planning and Cascading of Performance Targets 2022 at the Hidden Valley Mountain Resort in Lamac, Pinamungahan, Cebu on April 6-8, 2022 as part of the university strategic plan, Pathway to 4.0.

The three-day event was graced by Dumanjug Extension Campus Director, Dr. Gregorio P. Pajaron, Jr., Pinamungajan Extension Campus Director, Dr. Redjie D. Arcadio along with other Campus Directors from Naga and San Fernando Extension, college-level officials, and facilitators.

In addition, the conference comprised of presenters presenting the Accomplishment of Quarterly Physical Reports of Operation (QPRO), GAA Enrolled Targets, Performance-based Bonus 2022 Updates, and University Strategic Plan for 2022-2024.

Moreover, participants reported and submitted their 2022 Office Performance Commitment and Review (OPCR) and Operational Plan 2023.

During the third day, presentations of the final outputs by campus was presented by each campus director or to the assigned presenter commenced with the two facilitators, Dr. Rebucas and Dr. Malaki for their feedback before sending it to the R & D email address on or before 11:59 P.M. of the day.

All outputs in this gathering will be the final documents to be submitted for the month of May budget hearing preparation.

This university strategic plan convened by the Vice President for Research and Development/ University PMT Chair, Dr. Adrian P. Ybañez aimed to align university performance objectives with the university’s shared vision, mission, and goals.

The event was successful, not only it produced the desired outcomes in terms of submission of operational plans and PPMP, but it also strengthened camaraderie among participants, especially during the icebreaker where they had fun dancing to the latest tune of “Paru-Paru G”. The venue’s natural environment–full of trees, plants, flowers, and swimming pools provided an atmosphere of peace and serenity which helped the participants relaxed and unwind after a hectic day of mental labor.

For most faculty, it was also a very memorable and enjoyable one because after the two years of virtual meetings caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it was the first face-to-face event, where old friendships were renewed, and new acquaintances were found.-Jessa Mahinay/BSDevcom Intern, Wilfredo G. Anoos, CTU-San Fernando Campus/Center for Communication and Media, Adeline Dela Cruz/CTU Naga