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Title: Workforce Floridas Strategy Council Creating the Strategy for Todays Needs and Tomorrows Talent Sess


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Workforce Floridas Strategy Council Creating the
Strategy for Todays Needs and Tomorrows Talent
Session 7 Special Workshop November 4, 2009
DoubleTree Hotel Tallahassee, Florida
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Welcome
  • Belinda Keiser Chair, Workforce Florida, Inc.
  • David Armstrong Chair, Workforce Florida Strategy
    Council

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Rudder Teams Business of the Day
  • Welcome David Armstrong Chair, Workforce
    Florida Strategy Council
  • Workforce Florida Board Chair Remarks Belinda
    Keiser Chair, Workforce Florida, Inc.
  • Creating the Strategy for Todays Needs and
    Tomorrows Talent Formative Question Don Upton
    President, Fairfield Index, Inc.
  • Business of the Day What is the Purpose of this
    Special Planning Workshop? Upton
  • Milestone Timeline Are We On Schedule? Armstrong
    , Upton and Team

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Rudder Teams Business of the Day
  • Framework and Goals Policy Team
  • Strategy Workshop What Will It Take to Advance
    Our Framework and Plan to the Executive
    Board? Team
  • Preparation for Production, Executive Board and
    Implementation Upton and Team
  • Next Steps Key Insights Keiser, Armstrong, Team
    and Upton
  • Adjourn Armstrong

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Creating the Strategy for Todays Needs and
Tomorrows Talent Formative Question
Business of the Day What is the Purpose of this
Special Planning Workshop?
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Milestone Timeline Are We On Schedule?
  • Use Todays Work to Create Framework and Draft
    Strategic Content
  • Tiers of Work Continue
  • November 4 Strategy Council Session in
    Tallahassee
  • November 5 Board Briefing/Update in Tallahassee
  • Staff Team Follow-ups
  • Update Framework and Strategic Content
    Test/True up with Council Team
  • Executive Committee on December 16
  • File by Year-end

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Framework and Goals Policy
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Balanced Scorecard 2.0 Concept
  • The mission of the Workforce Florida Board of
    Directors states that Florida will develop the
    state business climate by designing and
    implementing strategies that help Floridians
    enter, remain and advance in the workforce,
    becoming more highly skilled and successful,
    benefiting Florida businesses and the entire
    state.

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Statement of Intent Five-year Strategic Plan
More and more, Florida will compete, grow
business, innovate and create individual, family,
enterprise and community wealth through TALENT.
Collaboration among all partners engaged in
workforce delivery is essential if we are to
understand and anticipate employers needs of
today and in the new economy. It is the intent
of Workforce Florida, Inc. to launch a strategic
planning process through the coordination of its
Strategy Council, the oversight of the Board of
Directors, identification and publication of key
milestones and a commitment to transparency.
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Statement of Intent
  • Honor the values and principles of the 2005-2010
    plan
  • Reach out
  • Ask the tough questions
  • Pathways towards raising the bar in WFI
    performance
  • The right targets to improve overall WFI
    performance
  • Flexibility and response to changes
  • Explore new resources
  • Promote, replicate and scale best practices
  • Leadership to strengthen Floridas talent supply
    chain
  • Transparency
  • Approaches to Talent Supply Chain Team in 2010
  • Recommendation by mid-November 2009
  • Into State Strategic Plan by December 31, 2009
    (action provoking)
  • Promote implementation and effectiveness (early
    stage pilots)
  • Integrate Strategic Plan into Board agenda

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The Original Challenge … at Midpoint
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Why a Framework? Why Now? What Purpose?
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Existing Strategic Plan Organization,
Implementation and Results
Re-iMagine Creating a Workforce for Floridas
Future 2005 2010 Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan Update January 2009
Agendas and Minutes of Workforce Florida Board
Meetings
Workforce Florida Balanced Scorecard
Director Orientation Process and Tools
Key Initiatives
Council Charges
24 Regional Workforce Boards
Employ Florida Service Delivery System
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Your Experiences and Expectations?
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Enterprise Goals System
  • Promotes Alignment
  • Requires Goals and Targets
  • Demands Answers
  • Easy to Use
  • Honors Staff
  • Demands Ownership
  • Demands Collaboration
  • Orients Fiduciaries
  • Orients Staff
  • Orients Partners
  • Orients Vendors
  • Shapes and Supports Messages/External
    Communications
  • Challenges and Informs Fiduciaries
  • Links to Others

Forces Alignment/Demands Alignment
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Lets Start with the Pieces and then Imagine How
they Work Together
  • Just Framework, Just Theory

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Aspiration for the Market
Aspiration for the Enterprise
THEREFORE/Business of the Enterprise
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Goals
Metrics
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Resources
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Collaborative Partners
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Projects Task Forces Teams Initiatives
Departments
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The Framework For Discussion
  • Consider
  • Ownership
  • Collaboration
  • Business or Operational Plans

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Aspiration for the Market
Aspiration for the Enterprise
THEREFORE/Business of the Enterprise
Resources
Collaborative Partners
Goals
Projects Task Forces Teams Initiatives
Departments
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Strategy Workshop What Will it Take to Advance
Our Framework and Plan to the Executive Board?
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Why does a Goals Policy Matter?
  • Over the Horizon v. Now or Near
  • Future Conditions v. Responding to Today
  • Stretch v. Achievable
  • Vague v. Understandable
  • Context v. Direct Progress
  • Pull v. Push
  • Visionary v. Tangible
  • 30 Years v. 5 Years
  • Orientation v. Accountability
  • Sensibility v. 5 Senses

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Proposal for a Goals Policy
  • The Board of Directors defines Goal as a Target
    or Objective that is Achievable, Understandable
    and Demanding of Metrics

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Goals
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Why Top Line Board Goal?
Goal
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Goals Imply Metrics oh yeah, how do you know?
  • Excellent
  • World Class
  • Top Notch
  • Benchmark Competitive
  • Competitive
  • Effective
  • Responsive
  • Efficient
  • Transformative
  • Aligned
  • Ready
  • Fastest
  • Best
  • Best-in-class
  • Trustworthy
  • High Value

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Implied Metrics
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Aspirations v. Strategy
Consider PCI
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Example 1 EDO
Consider PCI
Metrics
Goal
Robust Capital Investments
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Example 2 Member-driven Organization
Metrics
Goal
Increased Member Engagement
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Example 3 Workforce
Metrics
Goal
Top Leadership in National Workforce Policy
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Example 4 Workforce
Metrics
Goal
Excellent STEM Incentives and Advancement
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Example 5 Workforce
Metrics
Goal
Responsive TSC
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Preparation for Production, Executive Board and
Implementation
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Aspiration for the Market
Aspiration for the Enterprise
THEREFORE/Business of the Enterprise
Resources
Collaborative Partners
Goals
Projects Task Forces Teams Initiatives
Departments
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Goals
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Next Steps Key Insights
  • Use Todays Work to Create Framework and Draft
    Strategic Content
  • Tiers of Work Continue
  • November 4 Strategy Council Session in
    Tallahassee
  • November 5 Board Briefing/Update in Tallahassee
  • Staff Team Follow-ups
  • Update Framework and Strategic Content
    Test/True up with Council Team
  • Executive Committee on December 16
  • File by Year-end

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Adjourn
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