This Bridge Strategic Plan articulates priorities and provides guidance to the organization as it navigates 2023 and early 2024, a period of considerable change. Not only is the Science Centre recovering from COVID and construction, there will be new leadership for Team Purple in mid-2023.
The bridge plan sets forth four strategic priorities that give the Science Centre direction over the next 18 months. This plan gets Team Purple thinking aspirationally about the future, a luxury that was not really possible during the pandemic. The organization needs to be forward-thinking and future-ready. The bridge plan is an essential element of that goal.
Activate the new visitor spaces and engage our visitors
- Each exhibition gallery will continue to engage and delight our audience
- Additional programs in various galleries developed
- Production planned for the Zeidler Dome
- Implement a business plan for Queen Elizabeth II Planetarium
Steward relationships locally and across Northern Alberta
- Targeted MOUs and other agreements with important audiences and science partners
- Connections established with new Arctic partners in science education
- Refine systems and procedures for maintaining long-term relationships
- with donors and Members
Sharpen the TWOSE Experience
- Build a service model which defines key expectations for service delivery.
- Measure the quality of service delivery and assess against annual targets.
- Implement improved real-time information systems for managing operations,
- school groups, and events.
Stabilize and expand digital delivery
- Online programming expanded beyond Northland School Division, with service connecting to other distant school districts
- Pilot programs North of 60°
- Public programming online that keeps the Science Centre connected to our regional community and members