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Wfd pipeline and collective impact (1)

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A presentation given to the 10th annual Collaborating for Research and Education Forum at the University of Notre Dame, March 2017.

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Wfd pipeline and collective impact (1)

  1. 1. age proficiency Individual Paths
  2. 2. age proficiency Individual Paths Target range For mWFD
  3. 3. Mathematical Computationa l Spoken & Written Language Social Collaborative Spatial & Mechanical Business & Financial Manufacturing Workforce Literacies
  4. 4. age proficiency Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  5. 5. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  6. 6. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  7. 7. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  8. 8. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  9. 9. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  10. 10. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  11. 11. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  12. 12. age proficiency pipeline Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  13. 13. age proficiency Individual Paths Target range For WFD
  14. 14. Penn High School Mishawaka School John Glenn High School Career Academy South Bend Schools The Crossing School Goodwill Excel Center for Adults Fab Lab @ Lake Michigan College Maker Hive in Elkhart Sibley Center Make South Bend Michiana Chapter of the National Tool and Machining Association (NTMA- - 34 Companies) Multiple manufacturing Companies Bridges Out of Poverty Goodwill Conexus ADEC Handicap Services High Schools Manufacturing Hands- on Learning Manufacturers Social Services Riverbend Math South Bend School Adult Training Dasi / Solidworks Horton Group Sandvick Digital Manufacturing Institute University of Notre Dame Purdue University Lake Michigan College Ivy Tech Work One of Indiana Michigan Works Dept of Labor (DOL) Michiana Partnership South Bend Chamber of Commerce Economic Development of Elkhart County Project Lead The Way Informal Education Vendors Higher Education Workforce Development
  15. 15. ...but imagine a shared vision... • Informed and coordinated manufacturers define skillsets and projected workforce size • Higher ed and apprenticeship programs coordinate to impart those skills at needed scale in ways transparent to students • Each supporting level of training offers measurably sufficient prerequisite training, with numbers tuned to anticipated WFD need • common metrics applied and visible across programs to spot skills gaps • remediation and overflow training strategies available online • transparency and welcoming invitations offered by teachers who are fully part of the manufacturing community
  16. 16. a common agenda ... • built on genuine strategic alignment • where the long-term goals of each partner are acknowledged • putting in common as much as partners actually have in common • a foundation for trust
  17. 17. … a shared measurement system • both short-term, performance indicators showing that effort is being applied in agreed-upon direction • and longer-term impact goals so partners can tell when the collaboration is succeeding
  18. 18. ...mutually reinforcing activities • where each partner shares its gifts freely with others • with freedom and encouragement to form small collaborations in pursuit of goals that include the larger common agenda
  19. 19. ...in continuous communication • providing shared advantage that comes with awareness of new developments • encouraging timely collaboration • onboarding new partners • celebrating success real-time
  20. 20. ...backbone organizational support • keeping eyes on the prize • holding up a common vision for partners • coordinating common activities, measurement and communication of results • onboarding new partners • acting as institutional memory for the collaboration • serving as point of contact
  21. 21. Collaborative Impact • Common agenda • Shared metrics • Mutually reinforcing activities • Continuous communication • Backbone organization support

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