Maximize Minnesota Presentation October 2009

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Maximize Minnesota Presentation October 2009

  1. 1. October 29, 2009 What’s In Your Energy Warehouse?
  2. 2. Dr. Richard Davenport President Minnesota State University Mankato
  3. 3. Anoka Technical College Northeast Higher Ed District Hennepin Technical College Alexandria Technical College South Central College Normandale Community College Minnesota State University ‐ Mankato MNCEME Partner Institutions – A Powerful Line Up
  4. 4. VALUE CREATION MODEL M A N Relationships Revenue A Growth Imaginative G Products E Delighted M Customers E N T C Committed Innovation Delighted O Employees Shareholders M Improved Quality Improved M Margins I T Improved  Refined Asset  M Processes Utilization E N Shortened Improved Cycle Times Competitive T Position
  5. 5. The need for innovation is compelling • 2007 Minnesota Skills Gap Survey • 2008 Leadership Reaches Out to Business • 2009 National Council for Advanced  Manufacturing (NACFAM)  • 2009 Great Lakes Manufacturing Council
  6. 6. What do we know about energy? • 30% is consumed by industry • 10‐20% or more is wasted • Energy prices will rise • Some companies are seeing great savings by  managing energy
  7. 7. The need for innovation • Cannot expect to perform as in the past and  expect different results • We need to look at things differently • Will require culture change in organizations • We need to manage energy  • Industries grow when common standards are  followed
  8. 8. ISO history • Voluntary international standards • ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems – 2003: 497,919 certificates in 149 countries – 2007: 951,486 certificates in 175 countries • ISO 14001: Environmental Management Systems – 2004: 56,593 certificates in 107 countries – 2007: 154,572 certificates in 148 countries
  9. 9. Thoughts of a manufacturer In a time like this when most business owners are  focusing closely on ensuring our day‐to‐day  survival, we truly need MNCEME to take the long  view.  Successful implementation of the Centers  recommendations will help ensure that, when the  economy turns around, we will have the pool of  skilled workers our region needs for continued  growth. Erick Ajax
  10. 10. Today A preview of the future Continue the process of increasing  manufacturing sustainability Maximize Minnesota’s manufacturing  competitiveness through innovation
  11. 11. Steven Schultz Corporate Energy Manager 3M Corporation

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