Outgoing Officer To Do List
Organize all notebooks and files
Finish all necessary correspondence (letters, e-mail, phone calls)
Prepare year-end report and evaluation
Develop action plan and time-line for new officer transition
Student Organization Transition Document
What did we hope to accomplish?
How well did we do on each goal?
Which goals should be continued?
Which goals should be altered?
Which goals should be dropped?
Programs and Activities
What activities and programs did we sponsor?
How effective was each program?
Did we have a good balance of different kinds of programs?
Did we do any community service activities?
Were the programs and activities consistent with group goals?
Which activities should be continued and which should be dropped?
Officers and Organizational Structure.
Do officers understand their responsibilities and roles within the organizational structure?
Did the officers operate as a team or could cooperation between officers be improved?
Is the amount of time and effort required of each officer equal, or are some expected to work harder than others?
How would the general membership evaluate the effectiveness of the officers?
How would the officers evaluate the effectiveness of the officers? What could be improved?
Were meetings run effectively? Was the frequency of meetings appropriate?
Do we have a committee structure? If so, is it working? If not, is it needed?
Do we experience scheduling conflicts with other groups or activities?