“I see Vision 2030 as our dream … over the next 15 to 20 years. And if you have a dream, you have to do things now.” These were remarks by UCT Chief Operating Officer, Dr Reno Morar, while addressing the fifth virtual Vision 2030 staff engagement session on 21 August 2020.
Over a series of six staff engagements starting on July 28, UCT’s executive, led by Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, unpacked the proposed vision 2030 initiative, engaging with staff to hear their input Staff from the Centre for Higher Education and Development, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Department of Student Affairs, Student Housing, Staff Bodies and Residence staff were invited to the fifth engagement in the series.
These virtual roadshows presented the Vision 2030 framework 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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