MICHIGAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Interagency Working Session for Planning & Coordination
U.S Department of Labor Employment & Training Administration

U.S Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration

National Institute of Standards & Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership

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Agenda
9:00 – 9:15 am 9:15 – 10:45 am 10:45 – 11:00 am 11:00 am - Noon Noon – 1:00 pm
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

Welcome, Overview, Outcomes Introduction to Federal Resources: ETA, EDA, MEP Introduction to Accelerating Collaborations: “Strategic Doing” Scenarios for Expanded Collaborations Lunch Regional Strategies: Defining Strategic Outcomes Regional Strategies: Defining Strategic Initiatives Regional Strategies: Defining Action Plan & Collaboration Process Evaluation & Next Steps
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1:00 – 2:00 pm 2:00 – 3:00 pm 3:00 – 3:45 pm

3:45 – 4:00 pm

MICHIGAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY: Interagency Work Session for Planning & Coordination

Purpose of Meeting
To advance a clearer understanding of available programs, facilitate collaboration, and to accelerate access to resources and technical expertise for affected communities, companies, and workers.
 At least three Federal agencies fund multiple programs for auto communities, companies, and workers
U.S Department of Labor Employment & Training Administration U.S Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration

National Institute of Standards & Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership
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Welcome, Overview, Outcomes  Better understanding of federal resources  Expanded collaborations and networks  Strategic Action Plans for promising collaborations  Understanding Strategic Doing: How to do strategy in open networks

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Introduction to Federal Resources

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Employment & Training Administration  Core programs  Funding available in 2009  Organization and key contacts  Examples of flexibility in funding streams
 Avenues for collaboration

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Economic Development Administration  Core programs  Funding available in 2009  Organization and key contacts  Examples of flexibility in funding streams
 Avenues for collaboration

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National Institute of Standards and Technology

Manufacturing Extension Program  Core programs  Funding available in 2009  Organization and key contacts  Examples of flexibility in funding streams
 Avenues for collaboration

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing” We live in a networked world
Internet map of city-to-city connections Source: chrisharrison.net

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing”
Who makes the iPhone? Answer: A network led by Apple

The iPhone production network

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing”
Question: How many companies made the Wizard of Oz?

Answer: One (Metro-Goldwyn Mayer)

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing”
Question: How many companies made the Spider Man 3? Answer: Fifty-six (working in a network)

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing”
Question: How did regions function in a pre-networked world? Answer: Silos

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing”
Question: How did regions function in a networked world? Answer: Still silos

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing”
Strategic Doing produces a swarm of innovations Gorilla innovation Swarm innovation

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Accelerating Collaborations Through “Strategic Doing”
What could we do together?

How will we learn together?

What should we do together?

What will we do together?
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BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

Scenarios for Expanded Collaborations FORMAT
 Agency representatives and participants will break into tables organized around topic areas
 Each topic area will include 2 tables

 Each table will discuss innovative ways to assist in helping affected communities, companies, and workers
 Each table will be asked to complete one scenario for expanded collaborations -- What could we do together?

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BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

Scenarios for Expanded Collaborations
 Companies that are contracting:
Helping vulnerable employers and their employees with rapid response and layoff aversion initiatives (2 tables) Encouraging new business growth through innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives (2 tables) Training and re-employment strategies for individuals (2 tables) Moving communities and regions toward sustainability (2 tables) Planning strategies for communities and regions (2 tables)

 Expanding companies:

 New career pathways and new skills:

 Renewable energy and green job strategies:  Transforming regions:

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MICHIGAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Interagency Work Session for Planning & Coordination

LUNCH BREAK
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REGIONAL STRATEGIES:

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

Defining Strategic Outcomes FORMAT
 Participants will break into tables based on five regions within the state.  Each table will define at least one strategic outcome for their region with at least three clear characteristics.  Each table will make a 3-minute report.
 Discussion time: 45 minutes  Reporting time: 15 minutes (5 tables x 3)

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REGIONAL STRATEGIES:

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

Defining Strategic Initiatives FORMAT
 For each outcome, each table will define at least one strategic initiative to achieve this outcome
 A strategic initiative includes defining three SMART goals.  Each table will make a 3-minute report on their initiatives
 Discussion time: 45 minutes  Reporting time: 15 minutes (5 tables x 3)

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REGIONAL STRATEGIES:

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

Defining Action Plan & Collaboration Process

FORMAT
 Each table will define a 30-day Action Plan to carry forward their strategic initiative, as well as a process for compiling and revising their Strategic Action Plan  Each table will hand in a completed Strategic Doing Pack of workshop exercises that will be posted on the Web for later revision
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Evaluation & Next Steps

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