Insper’s self-evaluation process, which is conducted in accordance with the National Higher Education Evaluation System (SINAES) created by the Ministry of Education, was institutionalized through the creation of the Internal Evaluation Commission. The commission engages participants from Insper to reflect jointly on our plans and how we execute the proposed activities, on which practices and technologies we adopt and on the level of performance obtained.
The Internal Evaluation Commission convenes meetings of its members and an annual forum in which the chairman of the Visiting Committee participates. Its objectives are:
The members of the Internal Evaluation Commission, which are divided into sub-commissions, produce reports based on in-depth discussions of each of the ten dimensions comprising the self-evaluation recommended by SINAES. These reports are discussed in the commission’s annual meeting and generate important suggestions for improvement, which are used to draft the target plan of the institution’s various areas.
“Insper’s mission is to be a center of excellence in education and the generation of knowledge in order to create value for organizations and society. To fulfill this purpose, the institution must conduct self-assessments and be assessed by others, whether through international accreditation processes (AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS), assessments conducted by government agencies or by formulating its strategic planning and establishing targets.
From this perspective, our Internal Evaluation Commission (CPA) is an independent commission that helps the school, in a planned and consistent manner, to assess and plan the interventions required to attain the standards of excellence to which it aspires.”