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Title: Developing Future Leaders in the Food Processing Industry: Options and Opportunities Statewide Washington Food Processors Workforce Skill Panel


1
Developing Future Leaders in the Food
Processing Industry Options and
OpportunitiesStatewide Washington Food
ProcessorsWorkforce Skill Panel
  • Workforce Skill Panel Meeting
  • Seattle, Washington May 4, 2006

2
Purpose
  • Report on research conducted to identify
    effective strategies and/or program models for
    developing future leaders within the food
    processing industry.
  • Over 100 internet sites explored as part of a
    50-hour engagement over a one-month period.

3
Charge
  • A clarion call has been sounded by retiring
    food industry executives. Strategies are
    urgently needed to pass the torch. Missing is a
    career pathway to identify and train supervisors
    and managers (especially women, Hispanics and
    other minorities) to become high-skill, high-wage
    food processing leaders of the future.
  • Skill Panel Proposal

4
Target Groups
  • Skill Panel members identified four target
    groups
  • Talented youth to create a future talent pool
  • Promising supervisors/managers to groom for
    future leadership opportunities
  • Current shining star executive to sharpen 21st
    century leadership skills
  • Women, Hispanics and other minorities with great
    leadership potential

5
Key Findings
  • Program models and best practice examples
    identified for each of the four target groups.
  • Examples identified from food processing programs
    in U.S. and other countries, different segments
    of manufacturing, and other industry sectors.
  • All models able to be customized to needs of food
    processing industry.

6
What are Future Leaders?
  • John Kotter
  • Management coping with complexity
  • Empowering people
  • Getting results
  • Leadership coping with change
  • Setting and maintaining momentum toward a vision
  • Thinking and acting critically and strategically
  • Both are critical to success in the 21st century
    global economy.

7
Challenge to Future Leaders
  • Ability to manage an environment of extreme
    cognitive complexity in many industries,
    requiring extraordinary thinking skills and the
    ability to make high-quality decisions quickly in
    the face of competitive pressures and
    uncertainty.
  • Conference Board Study
  • Developing Business Leaders for 2010

8
Models to Recruit Talented Youth
  • Career Fair
  • Manufacture Your Future Career Expo
  • Manufacturing Career Awareness Campaign
  • NAM Dream It. Do It. Campaign
  • Manufacturing Pathways Initiative
  • Molding Minds in Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Career Development
  • Food Processing and Supply Career Ladder

9
Models for Promising Supervisors/Managers
  • Leadership Workshop
  • Leadership in Construction
  • Short-Term Leadership Training Programs
  • PSU Todays Managers Tomorrows Leaders
  • Project Leadership Training Program
  • Leadership Certification
  • Manufacturing Leadership Certification Program
  • One-Year Leadership Program
  • BMA Future Leaders
  • Two-Year Leadership Program
  • Health Care Leadership Program
  • Long-Term, Open-Ended Model
  • Future Leaders Forum

10
Models for Current Executives
  • Four Day Weekend Model
  • Leadership Transformation Program Designed for
    Manufacturing Executives

11
Models Targeting Women, Hispanics and Other
Minorities
  • Short-Term Forum
  • PSU Womens Leadership Forum
  • Three-Day Workshop
  • Center for Creative Leadership
  • Five-Day Institute
  • UCLA School of Management Leadership Suite
  • Trade Association Program
  • Women in the Metal Industries
  • Physical Center
  • Instituto del Progresso Latino

12
Next Steps
  • Validate target groups
  • Prioritize target groups
  • Set level of intensity for involvement
  • Catalogue existing efforts on which to build
  • Identify linkages with other system change
  • Leverage partnerships and resources
  • Develop recommendations for future action
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