The Coalition has Six Areas of Focus for Action coming from the oneNS Commission Report: Work Plan 12/17/2014 1. Renewing Education and Our Future 4. Rebuilding our Trading Economy: Going global 2. Our Universities and NSCC: Co-op, apprenticeship and other opportunities 5. Responsible Development of Our Natural Resource Advantages 3. Energizing Entrepreneurship & Innovation 6. Adapting to a Changing Demographic: Retaining youth, attracting and retaining immigrants, enhancing workforce participation and aging well September 2014 October 2014 November 2014 November 2014 January 2015 February 2015 Monthly Theme Startup Ecosystems & Driving Youth Entrepreneurship Global Competitiveness & Exports Youth & International Student Youth & Social Retention Entrepreneurship Immigration, Welcoming Communities & Tourism Workforce Participation Coalition Meeting Date September 16th October 2nd November 14th November 27th January 13th February 10th Nova Scotia’s Global Competitiveness and Trade Youth retention & international student attraction and retention Me to We – The Power of Youth and Social Enterprises Attracting and retaining interprovincial Assessing and removing and international immigration barriers to workforce participation A Plan for Reaching Our Tourism Goals Opening up our workforces to greater participation Marc Kielburger, Co-Founder Me To We Gerry Mills, Director of Operations, TBD Immigrant Services Association of NS Ben Cowan-Dewar, Chair, Nova Scotia Tourism Agency Michele McKenzie, Former CEO Canadian Tourism Commission Joella Foulds oneNS Coalition Immigration & Retention Action Team Objective 1: SETTING A COMMON AGENDA Define and assess our OneNS population, economic, and attitude challenges and set common agenda for concerted action across sectors, defining roles and responsibilities for actions along the way. Youth out migration /fostering startups with PSE’s and the private sector Speaker(s): Subject matter experts will present directly to the Coalition at each meeting. Where appropriate, presentations will be recorded and available to the public via the One NS Website Thomas Storring, Department Kevin Lynch, BMO of Finance Former Clerk of the Privy Council Iain Klugman, CEO, Communitech Fred Morley, Greater Halifax Partnership Objective 2: TAKING ACTION NOW Following each meeting, the Coalition will publicly commit to undertaking 1-2 tangible actions toward achieving the One NS Report goals and game changers Action Items: see Appendix A -Collective Impact -Start-up Ecosystems -Brilliant Labs -Volta -Ocean Sciences Action Items: see Appendix A -cluster development -coordinated economic plan -Enhance private sector leadership Action Items: see Appendix A -Strengthen connections between social enterprise and private sector Action Items: see Appendix A Action Items: see Appendix A Action Items: see Appendix A Objective 3: DEVELOP 10-YEAR PLAN Provide oversight and input into 10 year Comprehensive Development Plan (“CDP”) Update Coalition on research and planning underway Research and Analysis Research and Analysis Coalition review and feedback on 10 year framework Coalition review preliminary draft White Paper on CDP Public consultation review White Paper, Draft Development Plan, and approve and commence consultation Objective 4: MODEL BEHAVIOUR Collaborate to foster and encourage concerted broad based action to achieve the 19 Goals of the OneNS Commission Report Coalition Team Photo Attitude and Economic Growth: A Breakfast Conversation with Frank McKenna, Deputy Chair, TD Bank Social Event: oneNS Holiday Reception “Winter Warm-up” Social Event: oneNS “Winter Warm-up” hosted by Cape Breton Partnership Business Community Leadership Event: “Push & Pull” of One NS Objective 5: COLLECT, CONNECT AND AMPLIFY: TRACKING Action ItemS TO ACTION • Communications and Outreach • With Engage NS - Communicate with and engage Nova Scotians in setting the path for Nova Scotia’s 10 year comprehensive development plan -Coalition outreach -Mobilize action and tracking Action Items to -One NS Inforgraphic -Monthly newsletters updating One NS activity Launch Social Media Events [guest tweeters] Introduction to Collective Impact Nova Scotia in a 2 Speed World One NS Comms plan GHP Connector Program example Saeed El-Darahali oneNS Coalition Immigration & Retention Action Team International Students “Convene and Focus” Session David Upton Common Good Solutions Social Enterprise “Convene and Focus” Session Commence consultation and additional engagement for 10 year CDP March 2015 April 2015 May 2015 Energizing Entrepreneurship Cradle to Career: from Early Childhood Education to the Workforce Getting More Out of Our Universities & Colleges: R&D, Innovation Labs & Entrepreneurship March 10th April 7th May 19th Energizing entrepreneurship Education and our workforce: “cradle to careers” and “lost sheep” University R&D business Presentation: HBR “How to Start an Entrepreneurial Revolution” Presentation: Innovation Presentation: [TBD] June 2015 Green Economy: Sustainable Natural Resource Development June 16th Green economy perspectives and our plan for economic growth July 2015 August 2015 September 2015 Growth Clusters, Rural Communities & Economic Growth Our Natural Resources Advantage TBD TBD TBD Economic growth around clusters Natural resources development and rural industries / effective development of our natural resource economy Setting the path for Phase III Presentation: [TBD] Presentation: [TBD] [Other topic(s) as determined by Coalition] October ~November 2015 Planning for Next Phase Rural communities and global supply chains COALITION OUTPUT • Coalition as Collective Action Leader • Defining the challenge and confirm common understanding of the problems to be addressed • Consensus on common agenda • Shared vision for change • Setting clear and measurable objectives • Strategic action framework (e.g. Collective Impact) to achieve goals • Feed into Comprehensive Development Plan (“CDP”) Presentation: [TBD] TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Action Items: see Appendix A Action Items: see Appendix A Action Items: see Appendix A Action Items: see Appendix A Action Items: see Appendix A -Determine the Legislative changes required -Form Recos to legislature to introduce in Fall Session Action Items: see Appendix A Assess and incorporate feedback on White Paper (CDP) Review draft of CDP OneNS Public Session(s): Sharing the Whitepaper Draft and One Year Update TBD TBD • Review & approval of final CDP Approve CDP Getting More Out of Universities “Convene and Focus” session • Coalition as Board overseeing development of White Paper and CDP • Input, review and approval of CDP • Public Review & Feedback • Coalition as symbol/ catalyst for action • Modeling leadership behavior on multi-sector collaboration Multicultural Event Entrepreneurship Cradle to Career Engagement and “Convene and Focus” “Convene and Focus” Consultant on CDP session session oneNS Secretariat Coalition leading by examples with Action Items to action Green & Natural Resource Economy “Convene and Focus” session Economic Growth Clusters “Convene and Focus” session Phase Two Shift to Phase III • • • • Coalition as engagement /consultation partner Ongoing engagement and input Mobilizing and encouraging broad-based action Communicating, collecting and amplifying Appendix A: TAKING ACTION NOW Following each meeting, the Coalition will publicly commit to undertaking 1-2 tangible actions toward achieving the One NS Report goals and game changers Month + Theme Action Items September 2014: Startup Ecosystems & Driving Youth Entrepreneurship • • • • • October 2014 Global Competitiveness and Exports • Identify our comparative strengths and support cluster development of ‘champion’ industries and sectors to effectively compete on a global scale. • Facilitate the development a clear and coordinated economic plan that addresses leading economic sectors and includes the roles of universities, community colleges, industries, and governments • Ask the private sector to enhance leadership, serve as champions, become more vocal, provide mentorship, as well as support the 4Front Atlantic recommendations November 2014 Youth and International Student Retention • Support and capitalize on the Social Enterprise sector’s ability to engage, train, retrain and attract youth, increase workforce participation of visible minorities and workers of all abilities, and to create economic growth across the province. • Bring Social Enterprises and the Private Sector together to determine how social enterprise support can be incorporated into private sector models. December 2014 Youth & Social Entrepreneurship January 2015 Immigration, Welcoming Communities & Tourism February 2015 Workforce Participation March 2015 Energizing Entrepreneurship April 2015 Cradle to Career: from Early Childhood Education to the Workforce May 2015 Getting More Out of Our Universities & Colleges: R&D, Innovation Labs & Entrepreneurship June2015 Green Economy: Sustainable Natural Resource Development July 2015 Growth Clusters, Rural Communities & Economic Growth August 2015 Our Natural Resources Advantage Use collective impact as a foundational model for the work of the Coalition and the change that must take place in Nova Scotia. Foster start-up ecosystems through effective interventions that begin early and continue throughout the lifecycle of a developing entrepreneur. Work to bring Brilliant Labs to Nova Scotia to encourage early development of entrepreneurial skills. Endorse Volta expansion to incubate more start-ups. Encourage multi-sector mobilization to create an Ocean Sciences Innovation Centre in Dartmouth at the former Coast Guard Base.