Governor`s Blueprint Initiative

Report
Blueprint
Connects!
A Statewide Framework
for Economic
Development for
JOB GROWTH
KEY INDUSTRY
State of Colorado
Key Industry Program
Governor
Lead
Annual Colorado
Economic
Development
Forum
Office of Economic
Development & Intl
Trade
15 Key Industries
Aerospace
Defense & Homeland Security
Food & Agriculture
Information
Technology
Bioscience
Electronics
Financial & Business
Services
Infrastructure Engineering
& Construction
Transportation & Logistics
Creative Industries
Energy & Natural Resources
Health & Wellness
Manufacturing
Tourism & Outdoor Recreation
Core Team
3-5 key stakeholders. Creates the infrastructure and coordinates Strategic Steering
Committee and Tactical Task Force. Responsible for aggregating the key industry
business plan and overseeing its implementation over the next 1-3 years.
Strategic Steering Cmte.
15 C-Level Executives
Vision & Mission
Goals
Priorities
Values
Tactical Task Force
30-40 mid-level executives (businesses, state
agencies, existing trade associations, economic
development organizations, workforce development
partners, academia, lender and investor
communities.
Create and execute implementation plan.
REGIONAL
PARTNERSHIP
State of Colorado
Regional Partnership Program
Governor
Lead
Annual Colorado
Economic
Development
Forum
Office of Economic
Development & Intl
Trade
Regional Economic Development Council
One Representative from each Region together with OEDIT Regional
Development Director
1 4 Regions (exact final make-up of regions may vary based on particular regional situation]
Northeast Colorado
Northern Colorado
(NOCO)
Metro Denver
Pikes Peak Area
Central Eastern
Colorado
Southeastern
Colorado
Pueblo
San Luis Valley
Southwestern
Colorado
Central Western
Slope
Northern Western
Slope
Central Mountains
Upper Arkansas
Area
Southern Front
Range
Regional Partnership
Advisory Committee
8-12 members from the
Regional Partnership.
Aligns
Prioritizes
Creates
Implements
30-40 community members and reps. from businesses, existing regional
organizations, counties, municipalities, eco-devo organizations, academia,
workforce investment boards, community organizations, nonprofits, etc.
Represents the interests of the region, develops a regional economic
development strategy and works with the Advisory Committee to create
and execute a regional implementation plan.
Data: Competitive Intelligence
State-Wide Framework
State and Global Rankings
Regional Assets
Existing
Industry
Strength and
Depth
Talent Pool
and Training
Resources
Strategic
Competitive
Advantages
Costs of Doing
Business
Core Objective I: Build a Business-Friendly
Environment
State-Wide Framework
Policy:
Red Tape:
Industry
Association
Governor’s
Policy and
Initiatives Office
Department of
Regulatory
Affairs
Federal Partners
Department of
Revenue
OEDIT
Inputs:
Policy Agenda
from all 15 Key
Industries
Policy Agenda for
all 14 Regions
Core Objective II: Retain, Grow and Recruit
Companies
State-Wide Framework
NOTE: Very highlevel benchmark;
other internal
metrics to be
reviewed and
analyzed on an asneeded basis going
forward
State Job and
New Company
Growth Goals
By Year
2012:
100,000 jobs
in 2 years
33,000 Jobs
2013:
67,000 Jobs
2012:
110
companies
55 companies
2013:
55 companies
Key Industries:
Manufacturing:
53.9% of total
5.5% of total*
17,787 jobs
1,815 jobs
36,113 jobs
3,685 jobs
30 companies
2 companies
30 companies
2 companies
3,200 estimated primary manufacturing jobs created in 2011
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Includes Governor’s Office estimates of forthcoming revisions to jobs data that are currently not published. The jobs figures will be benchmarked
based on Quarterly Census of Employment and Wage data to more accurately reflect the number of jobs in the state than what was estimated based on a survey of establishments.”
Note: Goals are based on preliminary estimates by OEDIT and Governor’s Office and do not take into account multiplier effect
Core Objective III: Increase Access to Capital
State-Wide Framework
Federal, State and Local Resources
Start-Ups
( SBDC and COIN)
Scale-Ups
Working Capital
for SMEs
Needs of 15 Key Industries
Core Objective IV: Creating and Marketing
Stronger Colorado Brand
State-Wide Framework
Global Agency
Local Agency
State Brand (OEDIT)
Individual Marketing & Communications Plans
for Each Key Industry and Regional
Partnerships
15 Key Industry Working Group
Meetings
14 Regional Partnerships Meetings
REGIONAL
AND KEY
INDUSTRY
PLANS
Core Objective V: Educate and Train the
Workforce of the Future
(Statewide Framework for all Regions & Key Industries)
Supply
Virtual Warehouse of Resources
by Key Industry & Region*
State Agencies (CDLE, CDHE, CDE, OEDIT)
Statewide Councils (CWDC, ELC, EcoDevo)
Local & Regional Boards & Councils
Workforce & Education
Strategy & Policy
Standards & Metrics
Workers
Workforce &
Education
Assessment &
Placements
College in Colorado
Connecting
Colorado.org
Life Long Learning
* Pre-K
* K- 12
* Adult Education
* Technical & Community Colleges
* Public & Private Colleges & Universities
* Other Training Providers
WORKFORCE
CENTERS
Workforce
Pipeline
Workplace Experience
Field Trips, Internships Apprenticeships, OJT
Virtual Training & Workforce Resources & CWN – Express Services Teams*
Employment
INFORMS
Current & Future Job Skills and Workforce Needs
INFORMS
Immediate Job Needs
Key Industry
Businesses
Key Industry
Steering
Committee
Members
Demand
Future Jobs and
Skills Required,
Opportunities,
Needs, Gaps &
Barriers
WF & EDU Tactical
Team led by
CWDC SECTOR
Committee
Global Standards
and Best Practices
Evaluation
Methods and
Analysis
Feedback for
continuous
improvement
Bold italic is in R&D
KEY
INDUSTRY
State of Colorado
Key Industry Program
Lead
Office of Economic
Development & Intl Trade
Governor
Annual Colorado Economic
Development Forum
Core Team
3-5 key stakeholders. Creates the infrastructure and coordinates Strategic Steering Committee and Tactical
Task Force. Responsible for aggregating the key industry business plan and overseeing its implementation
over the next 1-3 years.
Strategic Steering Cmte.
Tactical Task Force
C-Level Executives. Identifies vision, mission, values
and core objectives and 2-4 goals for each of the six
Blueprint Core Objectives over three-year timeline.
30-40 mid-level executives (businesses, state agencies,
existing trade associations, economic development
organizations, workforce development partners, academia,
lender and investor communities. Create and execute
implementation plan around each of the Blueprint Core Obj..
6 Core Objectives of the CO Blueprint
•Build a Business-Friendly Environment
•Retain, Grow and Recruit Businesses
•Increase Access to Capital
•Create and Market a Stronger Colorado Brand
•Educate and Train the Workforce of the Future
•Cultivate Innovation and Technology
Core Objective V: Tactical Team
Educate and Train the Workforce of the Future
CWDC Staff will support implementation of goals and outcomes for
each Key Industry Workforce and Education Tactical Team.
CWDC Sector Steering Committee is the industry led intermediary for
workforce and education in each one of the key industries in
partnership with the Core Team Trade Association or Organization.
CWDC: Workforce, Education,
Industry Intermediary
Goal: build a workforce pipeline for each industry
• Workforce & Education plans within each of the 15
business plans
• Identify common trends and best practices across
industries
• Create templates to effectively connect industries to
workforce resources
• Recommendations for improvements to workforce
and educations systems that serve employers and
citizens
Core Objective VI: Cultivate Innovation &
Technology
State-Wide Framework
Aerospace
Transport. &
Logistics
Bioscience
Energy &
Natural
Resources
Financial &
Business
Services
Defense &
Homeland
Security
Manufacturi
ng
Colorado
Innovation
Network
(COIN)
Information
Technology
Infrastructur
e
Engineering
&
Construction
Electronics
Creative
Industries
Tourism &
Outdoor
Recreation
Health &
Wellness
Contact Information
Noah Aptekar
Global Business
Development
Specialist, OEDIT
303.892.3761
[email protected]
o.us
Emily Templin Lesh
Colorado Workforce
Development Council
303.318.8470
[email protected]

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