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  • The goal of this meeting is to share the draft strategic plan for the Department and to answer any questions you may have about it and to ask your input on priorities for the next 12 months. Please note that this strategy is a “90% draft” – you will have an opportunity to provide feedback to the plan in your divisions orvia an online survey. The Leadership Teamwill use your feedback to make any needed revisions to the plan before it is finalized. In talking about the Department’s strategy, we’ll be using what we call a strategic map. A strategic map is a one-page graphic that depicts the key elements of the Department’s five-year strategy. The following slides will explain the Department’s strategic map. We’ll start by reviewing the input received from you and other stakeholders-both internal and external partners.
  • The oval at the top of the strategic map represents the central challenge that the Department faces over the next five years. It is the focus of our strategic plan, the key thing we must work toward over the next five years.
  • The central challenge is supported by some number of strategic priorities. These strategic priorities define the few critical things we need to do to meet our central challenge. Each priority will become the focus of significant energy and attention over the next five years.Let’s now review the central challenge and strategic priorities we’ve drafted for the Department.
  • Briefly review the central challenge and the rationale for it.
  • Briefly review each strategic priority and the thinking behind it.
  • At the bottom of the strategic map you’ll see two cross-cutting strategic priorities. In the logic of strategic mapping, there are several characteristics of a cross-cutting strategic priority: A cross-cutting strategic priority is foundational to the strategy so it is placed at the bottom of the strategic map to show this. A cross-cutting strategic priority also spans the map from left to right to show that the work of implementing it needs to be embedded in all of the other strategic priorities. No plan to implement the other strategic priorities will be considered complete unless it includes emphasis on the two cross-cutting strategic priorities.Briefly review the cross-cutting priorities – F and G.
  • The boxes under each strategic priority are strategic objectives. Objectives are the next level of “what to do.” They spell out more specifically what needs to be accomplished in order to achieve the strategic priority.Briefly review the objectives under each strategic priority.
  • Briefly review the objectives under Strategic Priority A.
  • Briefly review the objectives under Strategic Priority B.
  • Briefly review the objectives under Strategic Priority C.
  • Briefly review the objectives under Strategic Priority D.
  • Briefly review the objectives under Strategic Priority E.Ask audience to suggest priorities for the next 12 months.
  • Briefly review the 12 month priorities.

Presentation version strategic 2 map 08 30-11 Presentation version strategic 2 map 08 30-11 Presentation Transcript

  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
  • Input from Internal groups
    Water Quality Control Division
    Air Pollution Control Division
    Disease Control and Environmental Epidemiology Division
    Health Facilities Division
    Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division
    Operations
    Prevention Services Division
    Environmental Health and Sustainability Division
    Center for Health and Environmental Information and Statistics Division
    Emergency Preparedness and Response Division
    Community Relations
    3 open forums with 30-50 employees each
    45 employees gave feedback via the survey
  • External Stakeholders
    Minority Health Advisory Committee
    Environmental Health Directors of Colorado
    Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials
    Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry
    Colorado Public Health Administrative Directors
    Nursing Directors of Colorado
    Western Colorado Association of Environmental Health Officers
    15 people gave feedback via the survey
  • Strengths
    Internal
    Universal themes
    Talented, dedicated staff
    Strong relationships with partners-other agencies, local public health, feds
    Recognized as a credible source of information
    Less common themes
    Customer service
    Attributes of work environment
    External
    Universal themes
    Technical expertise
    Individual programs
  • Areas for improvement
    Internal
    External
    Universal themes
    Silos
    OIT-lack of support, service delays, poor customer service; overall structure
    Outdated technology
    HR-inconsistent policy interpretations, cumbersome hiring practices, lack of internal support/advocacy
    Workforce development-competitive salary, succession planning, aging workforce, lack of promotional opportunities
    Eroding pay, incentives and benefits
    Bureaucracy-procurement, signatures
    Less common themes
    Workforce Diversity at all levels
    Universal themes
    Programmatic Communications
    Low performing silos/staff
    Not functioning as unified organization
    Less common themes
    Lack of understanding of local public health
    Not managing resources wisely
  • Critical issues
    Internal
    Universal themes
    Workforce development, succession planning, retention
    Decrease funding and resources
    OIT improvements
    Increase Technology
    Marketing to Public
    Increase Organizational Efficiencies
    Less common themes
    Increasing regulations and lack of funding
    Health care reform
    Obesity
    Environmental and demographic trends-climate change, aging population, social determinants of health, emerging infections, multiculturalism
    External
    Universal themes
    Resources/Funding
    Less common themes
    Retiring Workforce/Succession Planning
    Prioritize and align resources
  • Strategic priorities
    Internal
    Universal themes
    Breakdown silos
    Workforce development/succession planning
    Winnable Battles/Key priorities
    Increase Technology
    Improve IT support and services
    Efficiency, effectiveness and accountability/Lean
    Marketing to the public
    Communications b/w divisions, programs and with stakeholders
    External
    Universal themes
    Prioritize
    Funding
    Strengthen Collaboration/ Communication
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Central Challenge
    Draft
    08/30/11
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Central Challenge
    Draft
    08/30/11
    A
    B
    D
    E
    C
    Strategic
    Priority
    Strategic
    Priority
    Strategic
    Priority
    Strategic
    Priority
    Strategic
    Priority
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    Central Challenge
  • Strategic Priorities
    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
  • Cross-Cutting Strategic Priorities
    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    F
    G
  • Strategic Objectives
    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    A
    B
    D
    C
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    F
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    G
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Develop and
    Implement Strategies
    to Achieve
    Winnable Battles
    1
    Promote Policies
    That Support
    Winnable Battles
    2
    Champion
    Collaboration Among
    Programs, Departments
    and Partners
    3
    Communicate
    Winnable Battles to
    Employees and Identify
    Linkages to their Work
    4
    Educate External
    Partners on
    Winnable Battles
    5
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    F
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    G
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Establish
    Evidence-Based,
    Data-Driven
    Strategies
    Develop and
    Implement Strategies
    to Achieve
    Winnable Battles
    1
    Achieve
    Clear, Specific,
    Measurable Goals
    Promote Policies
    That Support
    Winnable Battles
    2
    Value
    and Share
    Innovation
    Champion
    Collaboration Among
    Programs, Departments
    and Partners
    3
    Communicate
    Winnable Battles to
    Employees and Identify
    Linkages to their Work
    Strengthen
    Cross-Departmental
    Collaboration/
    Integration
    4
    Meet Regulatory
    and Statutory
    Requirements
    Educate External
    Partners on
    Winnable Battles
    5
    Keep Up with
    the Speed of
    Business
    6
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    F
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    G
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Implement the
    Public Health
    Improvement Plan
    Establish
    Evidence-Based,
    Data-Driven
    Strategies
    Develop and
    Implement Strategies
    to Achieve
    Winnable Battles
    1
    Achieve
    Clear, Specific,
    Measurable Goals
    Engage Partners
    in Programmatic
    and Policy
    Decision-Making
    Promote Policies
    That Support
    Winnable Battles
    2
    Value
    and Share
    Innovation
    Champion
    Collaboration Among
    Programs, Departments
    and Partners
    Actively Participate
    as a Partner
    in the Community
    3
    Communicate
    Winnable Battles to
    Employees and Identify
    Linkages to their Work
    Strengthen
    Cross-Departmental
    Collaboration/
    Integration
    Create and Support
    Sustainable, Healthy
    Communities
    4
    Meet Regulatory
    and Statutory
    Requirements
    Educate External
    Partners on
    Winnable Battles
    Promote the Value
    of Public Health and
    Environmental
    Protection
    5
    Keep Up with
    the Speed of
    Business
    6
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    F
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    G
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Implement the
    Public Health
    Improvement Plan
    Promote
    Public Health and
    Environmental
    Careers
    Establish
    Evidence-Based,
    Data-Driven
    Strategies
    Develop and
    Implement Strategies
    to Achieve
    Winnable Battles
    1
    Achieve
    Clear, Specific,
    Measurable Goals
    Attract and Retain
    Talented and
    Diverse Employees
    Engage Partners
    in Programmatic
    and Policy
    Decision-Making
    Promote Policies
    That Support
    Winnable Battles
    2
    Value
    and Share
    Innovation
    Align Employee
    Goals and Roles
    with Department
    Priorities
    Champion
    Collaboration Among
    Programs, Departments
    and Partners
    Actively Participate
    as a Partner
    in the Community
    3
    Provide Professional
    Development and
    Advancement
    Opportunities
    Communicate
    Winnable Battles to
    Employees and Identify
    Linkages to their Work
    Strengthen
    Cross-Departmental
    Collaboration/
    Integration
    Create and Support
    Sustainable, Healthy
    Communities
    4
    Meet Regulatory
    and Statutory
    Requirements
    Educate External
    Partners on
    Winnable Battles
    Develop a
    Leadership
    Succession Plan
    Promote the Value
    of Public Health and
    Environmental
    Protection
    5
    Recognize and
    Reward Employee
    Contributions
    Keep Up with
    the Speed of
    Business
    6
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    F
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    G
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Implement the
    Public Health
    Improvement Plan
    Promote
    Public Health and
    Environmental
    Careers
    Establish
    Evidence-Based,
    Data-Driven
    Strategies
    Deliver
    Excellent
    Customer Service
    Develop and
    Implement Strategies
    to Achieve
    Winnable Battles
    1
    Achieve
    Clear, Specific,
    Measurable Goals
    Attract and Retain
    Talented and
    Diverse Employees
    Engage Partners
    in Programmatic
    and Policy
    Decision-Making
    Employ Lean
    Methodologies to
    Improve Business
    Processes
    Promote Policies
    That Support
    Winnable Battles
    2
    Value
    and Share
    Innovation
    Align Employee
    Goals and Roles
    with Department
    Priorities
    Champion
    Collaboration Among
    Programs, Departments
    and Partners
    Secure
    Sustainable,
    Diversified Funding
    Actively Participate
    as a Partner
    in the Community
    3
    Provide Professional
    Development and
    Advancement
    Opportunities
    Communicate
    Winnable Battles to
    Employees and Identify
    Linkages to their Work
    Strengthen
    Cross-Departmental
    Collaboration/
    Integration
    Use New and Alternate
    Technologies to
    Optimize
    Employee Performance
    Create and Support
    Sustainable, Healthy
    Communities
    4
    Meet Regulatory
    and Statutory
    Requirements
    Educate External
    Partners on
    Winnable Battles
    Strengthen Internal
    and External
    Communication
    Develop a
    Leadership
    Succession Plan
    Promote the Value
    of Public Health and
    Environmental
    Protection
    5
    Consistently
    Apply Department
    Policies and
    Procedures
    Recognize and
    Reward Employee
    Contributions
    Keep Up with
    the Speed of
    Business
    6
    Influence
    State HR and
    Procurement
    Policies
    7
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    F
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    G
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Strategic Map: 2011-2015
    Align Priorities and Resources
    to Improve and Sustain Public Health
    and Environmental Quality
    Draft
    08/30/11
    C
    A
    B
    D
    E
    Create a More
    Efficient, Effective,
    Customer-Oriented
    Department
    Strengthen the
    Integrated Public
    and Environmental
    Health System
    Foster a
    Competent,
    Empowered
    Workforce
    Promote
    Programmatic
    Excellence
    Achieve Targeted
    Improvements in
    Colorado’s
    Winnable Battles
    Implement the
    Public Health
    Improvement Plan
    Promote
    Public Health and
    Environmental
    Careers
    Establish
    Evidence-Based,
    Data-Driven
    Strategies
    Deliver
    Excellent
    Customer Service
    Develop and
    Implement Strategies
    to Achieve
    Winnable Battles
    1
    Achieve
    Clear, Specific,
    Measurable Goals
    Attract and Retain
    Talented and
    Diverse Employees
    Engage Partners
    in Programmatic
    and Policy
    Decision-Making
    Employ Lean
    Methodologies to
    Improve Business
    Processes
    Promote Policies
    That Support
    Winnable Battles
    2
    Value
    and Share
    Innovation
    Align Employee
    Goals and Roles
    with Department
    Priorities
    Champion
    Collaboration Among
    Programs, Departments
    and Partners
    Secure
    Sustainable,
    Diversified Funding
    Actively Participate
    as a Partner
    in the Community
    3
    Provide Professional
    Development and
    Advancement
    Opportunities
    Communicate
    Winnable Battles to
    Employees and Identify
    Linkages to their Work
    Strengthen
    Cross-Departmental
    Collaboration/
    Integration
    Use New and Alternate
    Technologies to
    Optimize
    Employee Performance
    Create and Support
    Sustainable, Healthy
    Communities
    4
    Meet Regulatory
    and Statutory
    Requirements
    Educate External
    Partners on
    Winnable Battles
    Strengthen Internal
    and External
    Communication
    Develop a
    Leadership
    Succession Plan
    Promote the Value
    of Public Health and
    Environmental
    Protection
    5
    Consistently
    Apply Department
    Policies and
    Procedures
    Recognize and
    Reward Employee
    Contributions
    Keep Up with
    the Speed of
    Business
    6
    Influence
    State HR and
    Procurement
    Policies
    7
    Promote Health Equity and Environmental Justice
    F
    Use Performance-Based Measures and Evaluation
    to Continuously Improve Effectiveness and Prioritize Resources
    G
  • Questions for You
    What excites you about the Strategic Plan?
    What issues or concerns do you have?
    Is there anything critical missing from the Strategic Plan?
    What suggestions do you have to ensure successful implementation of the strategy?