What it means for you as a Monash staff member
Impact 2030 is the new Monash University strategy that sets out our direction for the next decade, including how we will address global challenges for the benefit of the community. This builds on previous achievements, including from the last strategic plan, Focus Monash.
Impact 2030 is important for all members of our community and we will work collectively with our students, staff, alumni and partners to deliver to our ambition. This is a summary of key elements of Impact 2030, including what it means for you as a Monash staff member.
Through excellent research and education, and the strength and diversity of our staff, students and alumni in collaboration with our partners, Monash University will meet the challenges of the age for the benefit of national and international communities.
Monash University will seek to:
- Recruit and build a diverse and inclusive community which upholds the principles of equality and non-discrimination
- Grow the participation and engagement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
- Ensure our development, recognition and reward programs help you to boost your contribution and career
- Encourage and assist you to undertake development and leadership programs to support you in learning new skills and meeting new circumstances
- Offer opportunities to contribute to and advance solutions to the challenges of climate change, geopolitical security and thriving communities through our education, research and services
- Encourage you to collaborate in entrepreneurial and innovative ways, across organisational boundaries and through our network of international campuses and ecosystem of industry partners
- Foster cultural transformation that creates a sense of belonging, encourages respectful discussion and debate, protects academic freedom and freedom of speech, stimulates new ideas and strengthens behaviours that support the University’s values
Over this decade three challenges are significant for us all and global in their scale and implications. Addressing these challenges will mean drawing on our strengths in education, research, and our services, and the way we engage with our partners and communities.