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  • Add as a flip chart:Consider the following:New technologies/options for learning (mobile/online), organizing, communicating (e.g., social media) Role of private sector/foundationsTransparency – how will the public that voted for your idea be able to follow its implementation progress?
  • URL: https://effectivecasemanagement.workforce3one.orgHere we re-iterate what we’ve talked about by showing where everything is housed on the landing page.
  • URL: https://effectivecasemanagement.workforce3one.orgHere we re-iterate what we’ve talked about by showing where everything is housed on the landing page.
  • URL: https://effectivecasemanagement.workforce3one.orgHere we re-iterate what we’ve talked about by showing where everything is housed on the landing page.
  • URL: https://effectivecasemanagement.workforce3one.orgHere we re-iterate what we’ve talked about by showing where everything is housed on the landing page.
  • URL: https://effectivecasemanagement.workforce3one.orgHere we re-iterate what we’ve talked about by showing where everything is housed on the landing page.
  • Ak tat sept 2012 day1_final

    1. 1. 1 Enhancing Performance, Improving Efficiency & Increasing Program/Service Integration Alaska Workforce ProgramHampton Inn Performance TrainingAnchorage, AK September 25-26, 2012
    2. 2. AGENDA REVIEW & EXPECTATIONS2  Three sessions  September 25: Morning & Afternoon  September 26: Morning  Emphasis on cross-program integration/collaborative problem-solving, action-planning  Significant participation  Logistics (bathrooms, breaks, etc.)
    3. 3. WHO’S HERE?3  Introductions Vinz Koller Director, Training & Technical Assistance Kristin Wolff Senior Analyst, Training & Technical Assistance
    4. 4. WHO’S HERE?4  Participant introductions (1 minute each)  Name  Agency, Program  “One thing I hope to take away from this session is…”  “If I could change one thing to make my program better, it would be….”
    5. 5. CONTEXT5  US DOL Priorities& Key Initiatives  Innovation (WIF)  Employer Services (EBE)  Lay-off Aversion/Rapid Response (TEN)  Veterans Services (VRAP, Joining Forces)  AlaskaState Plan  Budget Realities
    6. 6. CONTEXT: Workforce Innovation Fund6  $98M - $147M  26 Grantees  Accompanying Pay-for-Success Grantees
    7. 7. CONTEXT: Expanding Business Engagement7
    8. 8. CONTEXT: Expanding Business Engagement8
    9. 9. CONTEXT: Expanding Business Engagement9
    10. 10. CONTEXT: Layoff Aversion (Rapid Response)10  TEN August 31, 2012  “Establishment and maintenance of deep and broad partnerships.”  “…an environment that encourages innovation, promotes creativity, and favors comprehensive solutions over menu-based services.”  “…layoff aversion is as much a mindset as a collection of activities.”
    11. 11. CONTEXT: Layoff Aversion (Rapid Response)11  “Rapid response is acomplex and varied component of the workforce system…practitioners must exhibit an array of competencies that cross many disciplines, and often perform seemingly disparate functions, while creating seamless solutions for all customers…Rapid response is both strategic and operational.”
    12. 12. CONTEXT: Services for Veterans12 Veterans Reemployment Assistance Program (VRAP) VOW/Hero to Hired Tax Credit Program VETS Veterans preference Helmets to Hardhats Joining Forces
    13. 13. CONTEXT: Alaska State Plan13  Integration, Integration, Integration  Alignment  Employer Engagement  Sector Focus  Uniqueness (demographics, rural character, industry mix, skill demands, etc.)
    14. 14. CONTEXT: Declining Resources14 $20,000,000 $18,770,900 $18,539,226 $18,000,000 $17,028,267 $16,000,000 $14,000,000 $12,612,180 $12,911,942 $13,025,384 $12,000,000 $9,860,965 $9,906,319 $10,000,000 $9,377,309 $9,929,745 $9,771,128 WIA Adult, DW and Youth Funding $8,000,000 Includes $9.1 million of ARRA Funding $7,566,960 $6,133,711 $6,000,000 $5,564,363 $4,000,000 $2,000,000 $- SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY SFY 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    15. 15. PROGRAM BASICS15  In 30 words or less, describe:  Program Goals  Program Priorities (e.g. industries, target groups, communities, etc.)  Program challenges
    16. 16. BREAK16  Take 15 Minutes to:  Stretchyour legs  Check your email/vmail  Get hydrated
    17. 17. Welcome to the InauguralGovernors Prosperity Prize Event17
    18. 18. GOVERNORS PROSPERITY PRIZE CHALLENGE18  Goal: Develop 1-3 specific ideas for:  Improving program performance  Increasing program/service impact  Increasing efficiency  Leveraging resources  Linking urban and rural strategies  Connecting more Alaskans with local jobs Ideas should balance creativity with “doability,” and consider options for scaling and learning before full- scale implementation.
    19. 19. WHAT SURPRISED YOU ABOUT THIS ACTIVITY?20  Similar themes across all the groups  We could do a lot of the things we identified without any additional $  Lots of ideas that build on our existing strengths  Lots of focus on groups of individuals rather than individual people  Implementing ideas would require both staff time and support by leaders  Creativity was very quick to surface
    20. 20. WHAT SURPRISED YOU ABOUT THIS ACTIVITY?21  Seemed like people were ready for this discussion – they had already been thinking about a lot of theses ideas.  Diversity yielded rich and important perspectives  Mixing up (across sites/programs) made it easier to focus on the ultimate goal/big picture  There is a huge amount of knowledge among us
    21. 21. NEXT STEPS Our critical challenges  Firms don’t know about our services  People don’t know about our services  Doing more with less  Excessive paperwork
    22. 22. FISHBONING CRITICAL CHALLENGES
    23. 23. CHALLNEGE: FIRMS DON’T KNOW WHAT WE DO
    24. 24. CHALLENGE: PEOPLE DON’T KNOW WHAT WE DO
    25. 25. CHALLENGE: DOING MORE WITH LESS
    26. 26. CHALLENGE: EXCESSIVE PAPERWORK
    27. 27. ACTION PLANNING AROUND CRITICAL CHALLENGES
    28. 28. CHALLENGE: FIRMS DON’T KNOW WHAT WE DO
    29. 29. CHALLENGE: PEOPLE DON’T KNOW WHAT WE DO
    30. 30. CHALLENGE: DOING MORE WITH LESS
    31. 31. CHALLENGE: EXCESSIVE PAPERWORK
    32. 32. THOUGHTS AROUND THE ROOM?
    33. 33. SETTING TOMORROW’S AGENDA VETERANS PROGRAM DISLOCATED WORKER PROGRAM RESOURCES & TOOLS  VETS  OJT  INTEGRATED SERVICES Wrap-up
    34. 34. Q&A
    35. 35. Contact Kristin WolffSocial Policy Research Associates (503) 888-1022Kwolff@thinkers-and-doers.com Vinz KollerSocial Policy Research Associates (831) 277-4726 vinz_koller@spra.com

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