Excellence will only be achieved when there is also equity in participation. These were UCT Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng during the fourth virtual Vision 2030 staff engagement session.
Addressing staff from the Faculties of Science and Health Sciences, the Office for Inclusivity and Change, and Institutional Planning Department, Phakeng said that while having a critical mass of people from designated groups on campus and in the university community was key to realising the institution’s transformation goals, this was not enough.
The session was part of a series of six staff engagements which allowed the executive to engage with staff while unpacking the proposed Vision 2030 framework which was conceptualised by over 100 participants, including UCT’s academic and professional, administrative support and service (PASS) staff.
The Vision 2030 roadshows allowed all sectors of UCT staff to engage with the strategy, ask questions, give feedback and discuss practical solutions for achieving UCT’s Vision 2030.
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