You’ll need an AL$ manager/coordinator who can work with, and collaborate with leadership from all parts of your institution, including faculty, students and the executive office. The more representation an AL$ committee has from multiple stakeholder groups, the more productive the committee will be at building partnerships across campus divisions. Your AL$ manager/coordinator should also be someone who can manage the process of setting (GO-AL$) and measuring progress. These are key elements of project management (along with many others). Together, all the members of your AL$ team can help set reasonable goals (GO-ALS) for different groups on campus. This way, everyone can contribute to
achieving the GO-AL$ and share the credit too.