A few key conceptsTo move toward Workforce Development 2.0
Workforce Development 2.0Comes down to the 5 realities 1. Understanding a systems perspective 2. Adopting skills as a common language 3. Designing new visual maps for careers 4. Managing our regional “skills bank” 5. Accelerating open innovation: Collaborating quickly
Our outdated ideasMany of us have an obsolete mental model 4 Years of Career K through 12 College del explains less This mo of wha t goes on t han 25%
Reality 1: Take a systems viewLess than 50% are prepared for high income careers 4 Years of College 3 2 Years of Early College Career Childhood K through 12 Certiﬁcations 2 5 1 $10.00 per hour 4 Entry level Unemployed Working Dependency poor Cycle Source: Ed Morrison, This material is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license.
Workforce Development in a NutshellLess than 50% are prepared for high income careers Source: Ed Morrison, This material is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license.
Reality 2: Skills as a common languageBridge the communications gaps
Advance Manufacturing Competency model Source: US DOL
Reality 3: New career pathway mapsUsing skills as path markers Active listening + Active learning + Mechanical + Mechanical + Oral Production/ Comprehension + Mechanical Welder Machinist Oral Expression + Processing + Visualization + Engineer Mathematics Problem Sensitivity + Information Ordering Source: EMSI
Student/Parent Career Map for NursingA high level health career roadmap for parents of youngchildren might look something like this... EarlyChildhood K through 12 4 Years of CollegeEducation Middle and High 2 Years of College Skill Health Care Ready for Career School Certiﬁcations Reading by Grade 2 Career exploration Career guidance Grades 4-8 Grades 9-12 Alegebra by Chemistry, Grade 9 Physics, Biology Early college Source: Strategy-Nets
Nursing Career Map A nursing career map from the UK Source: UK Department of Health
Reality 4: Regional Skills BanksUnderstanding Occupational Clusters http://www.statsamerica.org/innovation Source: Purdue Center for Regional Development, EMSI, and Indiana University Business Research Center
Skills Mapping: An ExampleJOHNSON SPACE CENTER Explora3on "Marketable Skill" for Petroleum Life Core/Support Competency Industry Reﬁning & Sciences & Systems Engineering; Project Chemical Healthcare1.1 SpacecraL SE&I Management Products 2.1.1 Integrated Mission Architecture Deﬁni3on & Analysis Systems Architect 2.1.2 Explora3on Trade Studies & Analysis Acquisi8on/Procurement P Engineering Discipline/Domain 2.1.3 Vehicle Design & Integra3on Exper8se Pyrotechnics/Explosives; Hypervelocity 2.1.4 Al3tude, Impact, and Materials Tes3ng Physics/Analysis; Sta8s8cs; Engineering 2.2.1 Technology Assessment & Planning Technology Research & Development P S SoCware Development; Integrated 3.1.1 Mission Planning & Flight Design Mission Planning Logis8cs/Project Management/3.1.2 Flight Opera3ons & Training Simula8on P S Sports Medicine; Bioengineering; 4.1.1 Human Health & Performance Biomedical R&D; Nutri8on R&D S Telemedicine; Bioengineering; 4.1.2 Space Medicine and Health Care Systems Environmental Engineering; S 4.1.3 Human Factors Biomedical R&D; Human Factors S S = Strong Likelihood of Skills MatchP = Possible Likelihood of Skills Match Source: RegionerateBlank = No known likely Skills Match
Reality 5: Strategic CollaborationsBuilding metrics driven collaborations quickly 4 Years of College 3 2 Years of Early College Career Childhood K through 12 Certiﬁcations 2 5 1 $10.00 per hour 4 Entry level Unemployed Working Dependency poor Cycle
Workforce 2.0Implications for new policy Scrap old programs: Move from ﬁxing problems to “linking and leveraging” assets We need investments in: • One Stop infrastructure for skill assessments and career guidance • Vouchers for subsidizing training tied to skill assessments • Seed investments in productive collaborations • Applied research on new tool development and dynamic evaluation
Thank you Ed Morrison Economic Policy Advisor Purdue Center for Regional Development firstname.lastname@example.org
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