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# KinVision2022 Strategic Plan

Published on : November 13 2017

In conjunction with National Kinesiology Week 2017, CKA / ACK proudly launches its # KinVision2022 strategic plan. This plan is the culmination of years of collaboration that could not have been completed without the concerted effort of many. The CKA / ACK now has a clear and firm guide, a roadmap to guide the destiny of our kinesiology profession in Canada.

Read the #KinVision2022 Strategic Plan.

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The CKA/ACK has develop a bold, inspiring and achievable strategic plan # KinVision2022. The CKA/ACK had mandated LBB Strategies, an independent national strategic planning consultancy firm, to assist the CKA/ACK in developing its strategic plan. LBB Strategies has worked with provincial, national and international organizations in similar strategic reviews and plans.

The strategic planning process included a series of consultative activities comprising of interviews, focus groups and online surveys with CKA/ACK members and stakeholders. This consultative review phase started in February 2017 followed by a strategic planning retreat in June 2017 and a final adoption of the plan in September 2017. Input and participation of all in this strategic planning initiative have been very important to Kinesiology in Canada, kinesiologists and the CKA/ACK. Stay tuned for more information.

The CKA / ACK consultation process provided a current picture of kinesiology in Canada. This plan addresses those challenges and will strive to advance kinesiology in Canada. In order to achieve the CKA / ACK vision and purpose, we have defined strategic goals, referred to as the “three (3) pillars”, which are broken down into tactical objectives and measurable outcomes by 2022.

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