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Title: California Innovation Corridor


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  • California Innovation Corridor
  • Innovation, Manufacturing/Supply Chain
    Transformation, Workforce Development
  • Judy Turner
  • Director, Programs and Partnerships
  • California Space Authority
  • April 11, 2007

2
Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic
Development - WIRED
  • WIRED (awards to 13 regions nationwide) is the
    U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) response to the
    Presidents American Competitiveness Initiative.
    Studies supporting WIRED
  • Innovate American (2005)
  • Innovation-Entrepreneurship NEXUS (2005)
  • The World is Flat (2005, Thomas Friedman)
  • Rising Above the Gathering Storm (2005)
  • Manufacturing in America (2004)
  • In 2005, CSA created a regional collaboration as
    part of its WIRED proposal to DOL. The California
    Innovation Corridor was the focus region created
    as part of that proposal.

3
California Innovation Corridor Established
through WIRED Grant
Stretching from Alameda County in the North to
San Diego County in the South and Eastward to
include Kern County and the Inland Empire of
Riverside and San Bernardino Counties
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California Innovation Corridor WIRED Grant Fact
Sheet
  • U.S.Dept. of Labor award February, 2006
  • Economic Region
  • The California Innovation Corridor (the Corridor)
  • Program Lead
  • The California Space Authority (CSA)
  • State of California Role
  • Technical support, fiscal agent, other support
  • Partners
  • 13 county economic region, 60 partners
  • 42 funded contract partners
  • 100 unfunded collaborators to date

5
WIRED and Transformation
  • U.S. DOL in cabinet-level partnership with U.S.
    Department of Commerce. Focus
  • Innovation 50 of GDP, the only sustainable
    U.S. competitive advantage
  • Entrepreneurship engine for innovation
  • Regional competitiveness economic development
    and workforce development both needing
    transformational reform to generate needed
    results

6
DOLs WIRED Goal Driving Transformational Change
  • Transform 20th Century economic development
    tactics into strategic approach Innovation and
    Entrepreneurship
  • Talent Development in innovation economy
  • Demand-driven rather than job applicant-driven
  • Employers as customers, partners
  • Integrated approach, responsive to regional
    economy
  • Lifelong learning to avoid becoming irrelevant
  • Manufacturing workers with higher skills
  • Preparation for innovation begins in elementary
    school with rigorous science and math

7
The Stakeholder System from Birth to
Work from Rick Stephens, VP HR Boeing
Media Drives Culture
Education
Health
Business
Elementary Jr High High School
College
0-4 5-10 11-13
14-18 18-21
Workforce
Parents
Community (including Local, Community Based and
Professional Organizations)
8
California Innovation Corridor WIRED Initiative
  • Workforce Transformation Innovation Support,
    Industrial Rejuvenation, Talent Three tracks of
    activity
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurial Support
  • Industrial Rejuvenation (Supply Chain
    Competitiveness)
  • Talent Development
  • 25 projects in all, with 5 characterized as
  • Sustainability Projects

9
California Innovation Corridor WIRED Initiative
(contd)
Sustainability projects are those projects
supporting both a strategic transformational goal
and the overall WIRED grant initiative as well
10
Strategic Implementation Plan and WIRED
Sustainability
  • WIRED Sustainability Projects
  • Economic Development Model/Innovation Toolkit
  • Innovation Asset Inventory Connectory Portal
  • Workforce Investment Board Toolkit
  • STEM Collaborative Action Plan
  • Learning Collaboratory for Workforce
    Professionals
  • InnovateCalifornia.net website
  • Engagement/Collaboration of Corridor Partners
  • Appreciation for high-tech/high-wage industries
  • Collective search for sustainability funding

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California Innovation Corridor WIRED Initiative
  • Economic development model/resource tool
    featuring innovation support methodology
  • Sustainable inventory of key RD assets and
    innovation drivers within the Corridor
  • WIB Learning Collaboratory - 50 WIBs statewide
    with 7 funded and 2 unfunded Corridor project
    partners
  • WIB Resource Manual Development of 21st Century
    knowledge and innovation workers

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Innovation and Entrepreneurial Support
  • Economic Development Model/Innovation Toolkit
  • CA Tech 100 4/24 and 4/25/07 - Irvine
  • Honoring Innovation across the Corridor
  • Convening of Venture Capital from across the
    Corridor
  • Entrepreneurs across 9 industry sectors receiving
    training and presenting before venture
    capitalists
  • Opportunities for WIBs and EDOs to participate
  • Innovation Asset Inventory
  • Research Labs/Companies, Military Installations,
    Universities
  • CA Innovation Corridor portal on ECEDCs
    Connectory
  • Stanford/UCR Engineering and business schools
    researching innovation and commercialization model

13
Why Supply Chain Transformation?
  • History CSA Collaborative Objectives
    determined need
  • Smart Supplier Training and Capacity Building
  • Common Learning Outcomes
  • WIRED Corridor Program Smart Supplier
    Initiative
  • Survey of Current State 1000 suppliers WIBs
    can help
  • Define Maturity/Capabilities model
  • Define core common requirements, common language
  • Align survey with assessment content
  • Determine gaps, identify resources
  • Outreach to 3000 suppliers
  • Annual Forum at top, mid tiers, training
    providers venues incremental, modular approach

14
The World of Work has Changed
from Rick Stephens, VP HR
Boeing
2010
1990s
1970s
High Skill Semi Skill Low Skill
15
Supply Network Impact Examples
  • Supply Chain Impact Boeing CA Example
  • 6,000 suppliers in CA 56B revenue to suppliers
  • 30K direct jobs, avg. salary 56K 60K indirect
    jobs
  • 46.7M CA taxes paid 6.3M charitable
    contributions
  • 787 Dreamliner transformational supply chain
    strategy
  • 300 suppliers down from K's
  • Supply Chain Impact CA Example
  • 50 of US aerospace, defense, space suppliers in
    CA
  • 80 - employees of companies with less than 100
  • Primes/Suppliers - transformation from 8020 to
    2080
  • 80 innovation needs to come from supply chain
  • design, test, prototype, production,
    manufacturability, 99 QA

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Critical Success Factors for Supply Chain
Transformation - Supplier Forum 11/9/06
  • Complex adaptive system, co-dependencies
  • Requires knowledge sharing, trust environment
  • Mission assurance and reliability
  • Adaptability to change
  • Focus on values
  • Collaboration as important as competitiveness
  • Understanding the global market
  • Acceleration
  • Adaptability through incremental change
  • E-centric operations
  • Embracing of Six Sigma and Lean

18
Smart Supplier Initiative
  • WIRED California Innovation Corridor Industrial
    Rejuvenation Projects
  • Supply Chain Competitiveness and Training
    Specifically Addressed
  • Ensure common smart supplier competitiveness
    and enterprise-driven outcomes across the supply
    chain provider/support network
  • Supplier Transformation Priority Training
    Needs/Resources
  • Smart Supplier Competitiveness Skills and Common
    Learning Outcomes
  • Smart Supplier Education
  • Manufacturing Technician Certification Program

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Talent Development
  • Accelerate development of highly skilled 21st
    Century talent pool by creating pilot projects
    and activities capable of supporting a continuum
    of math, science and engineering education (K-U)
    and lifelong learning relevant to the 21st
    Century technical worker
  • Strategy
  • Integrate consideration of current and future
    industry enterprise needs into workforce and
    educational planning and policymaking.
  • 14 of the 25 WIRED projects focus on Talent
    Development

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Talent Development
  • STEM Collaborative Action Plan (STEMCAP)
  • Increased Number of STEM Students
  • Increased Number of Qualified STEM Teachers
  • Smoother Articulation across Systems
  • Experiential Learning/Mentoring Opportunities
  • Learning Collaboratory for WIBs, to engage and
    benefit from all 25 projects
  • Current and Future Labor Needs Assessments and
    Strategies
  • Accelerated Credentialing of STEM Teachers
  • Community college Mechatronics and Recruitment of
    Students into Technical Certification Programs

21
WITS - WORKFORCE INNOVATION TECHNICAL SOLUTION
  • A Web-based Software Solution
  • Combines Core and Enhanced Datasets with
    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Mapping and
    Labor Intelligence
  • Provides Advanced Technical Capabilities in a
    Powerful Tool to Aid in Economic Development and
    Workforce-related Decisions
  • Currently Available at No Cost to WIBS through
    WIRED

22
SummaryWIB Participation and Benefits
  • WIB participation
  • California Tech 100 participation 4/24-25,
    Irvine
  • Supplier Current State Survey Distribution
  • Biotech Adv Mfg Occupation Profiles
  • CIC Regional Skills Survey
  • survey
  • WIB Tools Assessment, Common Data Dictionary
  • Benefits - InnovateCalifornia.net
  • Common Tools, Inventories, Resources
  • Closer integration of Workforce Development
    System components
  • Sustainable Transformation

23
Overarching WIRED Intent
  • Optimize the Corridor for innovation in 21st
    Century workforce competitiveness
  • Questions?
  • www.californiaspaceauthority.org/html/wired

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North Coast Region Base Clusters
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