FINAL PRESENTATION MERGED VERSION

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Welcome:  Welcome Gary Wolter Co-chair – Collaboration Council Chairman, President & CEO – MG&E Welcome Funding:  Funding John Taylor Madison Community Foundation Denver Trip Debriefing sponsors Intergovernmental Cooperation forum sponsors Regional Economic Development Entity Founders Fundraising Sector Captains Fundraising Chair Rick Phelps and M&I Bank Welcome In-Kind:  In-Kind Blue Planet Partners Lindsay, Stone & Briggs Intergovernmental Cooperation Forum planners Workforce Development contributors Legal counsel Denver trip & Debriefing Cross-team and regional economic developers meetings Tom Clark visit Presentation tapings Website Capital Newspapers Welcome Work Teams:  Work Teams Design team chairs, staff leads and members Implementation team chairs, staff leads and members Road show hosts and presenters Regional economic development professionals Capital Region Coalition Welcome Project Staff:  Welcome Project Staff Kay Plantes Rob Gottschalk Jim Bower Assets & Opportunities team Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce Background:  Background Terri Potter Co-Chair – Collaboration Council President & CEO – Meriter Health Services Background Slide8:  PHASE - I August 2004 – June 2005 Formed Collaboration Council Formed Design Teams Raised funds for Phase I Developed detailed plans for the areas of: Quality of Life: Assets & Opportunities Positioning Greater Madison Business Retention & Recruitment Workforce Development Intergovernmental Cooperation PHASE - III January – July 2006 Implement work plans for the Intergovernmental Cooperation, Workforce Development and Regional Economic Development Entity Committees Continue work of Education & Outreach team Raise funds for Phases III & IV PHASE - II July – December 2005 Form Implementation teams Form Education & Outreach team Revise Composition of Collaboration Council Communicate draft plans across County Incorporate input into draft plans Prepare budget Raise funds for Phases III & IV PHASE - IV August – December 2006 Raise funds for Phases III & IV Launch Regional Economic Development Entity Contribute additional Assets & Opportunities Committee recommendations Develop & launch new design teams (potential areas of focus: increased entrepreneurship, specific quality of life issues, lower-skilled worker training, etc.) Where have we been? Background What is the role of the Collaboration Council?:  What is the role of the Collaboration Council? Support the agenda of the Regional Economic Development Entity Serve as a brain trust and sounding board for the Regional Economic Development Entity Determine the quality of life issues on which the Regional Economic Development Entity will focus as a catalyst Background What are the expectations of the members?:  What are the expectations of the members? Attend two meetings a year Send no substitutes Inform and engage colleagues, peers and constituents Background What is the region?:  What is the region? Background Dane County The Capital Region The Broader Region Slide12:  Background Dane County Slide13:  Background What is the region? Sauk Jefferson Green Rock Columbia Dodge Dane Iowa The Capital Region Slide14:  Background Broader Region Meeting Agenda:  Meeting Agenda Gary Wolter Co-chair – Collaboration Council Chairman, President & CEO – MG&E Goals & Ground Rules Slide16:  Goals & Ground Rules Meeting Goals Keep moving forward Provide updates Receive “nods” or course corrections Understand the vision and mission Celebrate the accomplishments Communicate next steps Slide17:  Goals & Ground Rules Meeting Ground Rules No substitutes Take breaks as you need Listen to understand, not refute Silence means agreement Implementation Team Presentations:  Implementation Team Presentations Team Presentations Final Report of the Workforce Development Team:  Final Report of the Workforce Development Team Presented by Dave Boyer, Team Chair CEO – MCD, Inc. Workforce Development Presentation Overview:  Presentation Overview Our charge and team members State of and potential in workforce development Process and approach Results Key recommendations Workforce Development Team Members:  Team Members Workforce Development Paula Bonner Wisconsin Alumni Assoc. Dave Boyer (Chair) MCD, Inc Ed Clarke MATC Denis Collins Edgewood College Laura Dresser (Vice Chair) Center on Wisconsin Strategy Kris Holmes Meriter Matt Kures, UW Extension Jennifer Leavitt-Moy MAGNET Jay Loewi QTI Group Don Madelung Herzing College Steve McHoes General Heating Nancy Peckham INI Global Rebecca Ryan Next Generation Consulting Pat Schramm Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin Rafael Carbonell GMCC Team Charge/Goals:  Team Charge/Goals Workforce Development Implement Phase 1 recommendations aimed at “insuring we produce, retain, and attract (and reclaim) graduates and have the workforce that will allow companies to succeed in our region.” Present State of our Regional Workforce :  Present State of our Regional Workforce Impressive and highly skilled workforce Historically low unemployment, projected sector growth, and aging population will create worker shortages in both low skill and high skill jobs Need to maximize high school degrees, overcome barriers for minorities and women, increase the skills of incumbents Workforce Development Approach/Process :  Approach/Process Formed three subgroups with leaders Each subgroup created a plan to implement recommendations over 6 months Frequent group meetings to review results against benchmark points 2 of 3 plans called for funding which took place Discussed fit of Workforce Development in CC efforts Created recommendations for ongoing implementation Workforce Development Results - Boomerang:  Results - Boomerang Goal was to retain and attract graduates of higher learning schools in Madison Developed “ExperienceMadison.com” proposed website layout Conducted survey of alumni with very useful results which were published locally Refined website proposal based on survey results – to be integrated with proposed REDE website Developed vision for second round of surveys Workforce Development Results - Internship:  Results - Internship Goal was to pilot an internship program, benefiting all participants, implementing a proven method of retention Surveys were completed with internship coordinators, businesses, and mentors The specific internship program was created MAGNET was identified as the host and source of mentors Funding was procured, staff hired for pilot, and program is being implemented Workforce Development Results – Health Care:  Results – Health Care Goal was to have the CC collaborate on proposals that would produce, attract, and retain health care workers in the region Participated on proposal for a regional health care “Center for Workforce Excellence”. Collaborated with Meriter, Dean, and St. Mary’s Formal support from the Biomedical Collaborative Workforce Development Next Steps/Recommendations:  Next Steps/Recommendations Boomerang Develop “Come Home to Madison” website in conjunction with the REDE business plan Develop and conduct a follow up alumni survey Internship Support the pilot program at MAGNET Evaluate pilot results and integrate ongoing program into REDE programs Workforce Development Next Steps/Recommendations:  Next Steps/Recommendations Healthcare Continue subgroup meetings and collaboration Draft operational plan Secure space for pilot location Connect ongoing work with Jobs With a Future and REDE Workforce Development Next Steps/Recommendations:  Next Steps/Recommendations Other recommendations REDE should support several “horizontal” workforce development efforts that cross sectors Consider work force development trends, opportunities and issues training for the CC Convene existing Wisconsin work force development initiatives periodically to coordinate efforts Workforce Development Thank you!:  Thank you! Workforce development is an effective and healthy way for our community to approach economic development Workforce Development Final Report of the Education and Outreach Team:  Final Report of the Education and Outreach Team Presented by Rafael Carbonell Collaboration Council Lead Staff Director Regional Economic Development – GMCC Education and Outreach Presentation Overview:  Presentation Overview Team charge Team members Process and approach Results Education and Outreach Team Charge/Goals:  Team Charge/Goals “Implement a short-term education and communication strategy to generate awareness of the Collaboration Council and its unique mission. This will ensure support among internal and external audiences for fundraising and the future of the Council.” Education and Outreach Team Members:  Team Members Ray Allen Madison Times Deb Archer Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau Mary Carr Lee Meriter Health Services Howard Cosgrove Wood Communications Art Drake Waunakee Tribune Paul Fanlund (chair) Capital Newspapers Jon Friesch (staff lead) Capital Newspapers Kim Lothe KMR Media Brennan Nardi Madison Magazine Lesley Sillaman Dane County Executive’s Office George Twigg City of Madison Mayor’s Office Dante Viscarra La Comunidad Additional Contributors Neil Heinen WISC-TV3/Madison Magazine John Roach JRP, Inc. Brian Mattmiller UW-Madison Rafael Carbonell GMCC Education and Outreach Approach/Process:  Sharpen the message Produce materials for fundraising Increase opportunities to share the vision and involve regional stakeholders Education and Outreach Approach/Process Slide37:  Results – Fundraising Materials Results - Denver Trip:  Results - Denver Trip Who?: 50 leaders from throughout the Capital Region When?: February 1-3, 2006 Why?: To learn first-hand how Metro Denver achieved successful regional collaboration and what it has allowed them to accomplish as a region To bring our region’s leaders from different communities and sectors together to build regional relationships Education and Outreach Denver Trip Participants:  Denver Trip Participants Education and Outreach Slide40:  Colorado Western Slope Metro Denver Eastern Plains Education and Outreach Metro Denver What we learned:  What we learned Education and Outreach Results – Capital Region road show:  Results – Capital Region road show Presenters: Education and Outreach Roadshow:  Roadshow Education and Outreach Results – Capital Region road show Thank you!:  Thank you! Education and Outreach Final Report of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Team :  Final Report of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Team Presented by Kristine A. Euclide, Team Chair Vice President & General Counsel – Madison Gas & Electric Intergovernmental Cooperation Presentation Overview Value Proposition: “Improving regional cooperation among Dane County governments is the single most important element to achieve the vital initiatives needed for this region to compete successfully in a rapidly changing global economy”:  Presentation Overview Value Proposition: “Improving regional cooperation among Dane County governments is the single most important element to achieve the vital initiatives needed for this region to compete successfully in a rapidly changing global economy” Intergovernmental Cooperation Intergovernmental Cooperation Team Members (Phase III):  Intergovernmental Cooperation Team Members (Phase III) Connie Anderson,* local government attorney Marge Anderson, Energy Center of Wisconsin (Staff Lead) George Austin,* Overture Foundation Carol Biendseil, Greenway Properties LaMarr Billups, UW-Madison and Urban League of Greater Madison Rafael Carbonell,* Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce (Staff Lead) Arlen Christenson, UW Law School Professor (retired) Ken Dahl,* Cottage Grove Village President Bill Dalrymple, Fitchburg Chamber Kristine Euclide,* MGE (Team Chair) Gary Green, UW-Madison *Denotes team members also participating in Phase I Alice Hensen, Sun Prairie business leader (Bank of Sun Prairie) Steve Hiniker, 1000 Friends of Wisconsin (Staff Lead) Elizabeth Kluesner,* Dane County Executive’s Office Mario Mendoza,* City of Madison Mayor’s Office Peter Munõz, Centro Hispano Dave Phillips,* Independent Bank of Verona Jim Ripp, Chair – Town of Springfield Ross Scovotti, Stoughton Alder and Economic Development Committee Dick Wagner, active in community planning and transportation issues Terrence Wall, T. Wall Properties Tom Wilson, Town of Westport Administrator Intergovernmental Cooperation Team Charge/Goals:  Team Charge/Goals Intergovernmental Cooperation Key elements of action plan: Conduct primary research on citizen opinions regarding intergovernmental cooperation Prepare an inventory of intergovernmental agreements currently existing in Dane County Develop and hold a regional cooperation forum for community leaders Approach/Process :  Approach/Process Met several times as large group for broad input; smaller workgroups on specific projects Initial focus on Dane County but recognize region extends beyond Dane County (“Capital Region”) Intergovernmental Cooperation Results :  Results Accomplished all three action items assigned Primary research on Citizen Opinions - Dane Trak Survey (2005 and 2006) - Forum Participant Survey Inventory of Intergovernmental Agreements - Dane County Database Forum on Regional Governmental Cooperation - May 16 Event - CEO Breakfast Intergovernmental Cooperation Primary Research on Citizen Opinions:  Primary Research on Citizen Opinions Dane Trak Survey (2005) 94% of respondents support Dane County local governments working together to address important regional issues Intergovernmental Cooperation Dane Trak Survey (2006) :  Dane Trak Survey (2006) Intergovernmental Cooperation Dane Trak Survey (2006) (Cont’d) :  Dane Trak Survey (2006) (Cont’d) Intergovernmental Cooperation Forum Survey Results :  Forum Survey Results Intergovernmental Cooperation Areas of greatest potential for regional cooperation: Economic vitality Transportation Basic governmental services Environmental quality Dane County Intergovernmental Agreements Database :  Dane County Intergovernmental Agreements Database Intergovernmental Cooperation Compilation of Dane County agreements Searchable by topic and community Divided into shared services and planning (see sample pages) Slide56:  Dane County Intergovernmental Agreement List   Shared Services Types Are: School Districts Fire Services EMS Services Wastewater Treatment Agreements More information at DanePlan@co.dane.wi.us Dane County Intergovernmental Agreements Database (Cont’d) :  Dane County Intergovernmental Agreements Database (Cont’d) Intergovernmental Cooperation Conclusions: Continue to update/improve Expand to include “best practices” Good specific examples of cooperation Lacking in broader regional agreements May 16, 2006, Forum (“Governing Together – Shaping a Capital Region”):  May 16, 2006, Forum (“Governing Together – Shaping a Capital Region”) Intergovernmental Cooperation General goals: Recognize cooperative efforts in Dane County Learn from other regions Explore areas for increased governmental cooperation May 16, 2006, Forum (Cont’d):  May 16, 2006, Forum (Cont’d) Intergovernmental Cooperation "Our Capital Region – Its Assets and Opportunities” (Jennifer Alexander) “Regional Stewardship: Progress Through Collaboration” (John Parr, Alliance for Regional Stewardship) "Meeting the Challenges to Our Capital Region” - Panel Keynote Speaker: Governor Parris Glendening Dane County Intergovernmental Cooperation – Community Leaders Panel What We Learned and Where We Go from Here May 16, 2006, Forum (Cont’d) :  May 16, 2006, Forum (Cont’d) Attendance: Approx. 150 (half from government sector) Representatives from: - Dane, Sauk, Jefferson - Economic development County Governments entities - Seven cities - Other special purpose - Seven villages districts - Six towns - Ho-Chunk Nation - Several school districts - State agencies Intergovernmental Cooperation May 16, 2006, Forum (Cont’d) :  May 16, 2006, Forum (Cont’d) Program Evaluation/Continuing Interest Chief Elected Officials’ Breakfast Intergovernmental Cooperation Next Steps/Recommendations:  Next Steps/Recommendations “The Collaboration Council’s focus on intergovernmental cooperation feels right. It has all the right components and it’s headed in the right direction. To continue the positive momentum established by the May Forum, some specific, but manageable, next step actions are needed” (John Parr) Intergovernmental Cooperation Next Steps/Recommendations (Cont’d) :  Next Steps/Recommendations (Cont’d) Continuing Goals: Maintain a focus on governmental cooperation Advance opportunities to build trust Explore specific topics to better understand the barriers/opportunities to regional collaboration Intergovernmental Cooperation Next Steps/Recommendations (Cont’d) :  Next Steps/Recommendations (Cont’d) Promote a Capital Region Collaboration Compact Hold a series of informational workshops on specific topics Maintain an intergovernmental cooperation focus Intergovernmental Cooperation Next Steps/Recommendations :  Next Steps/Recommendations Recommendation One: Promote a Capital Region Collaboration Compact Local government officials enter written agreement. Suggested agreement items: - Cooperate on economic development materials - Adopt protocol for handling development inquiries - Utilize electronic communications tool - Meet at least twice a year Members receive substantial value Intergovernmental Cooperation Next Steps/Recommendations :  Next Steps/Recommendations Recommendation Two: Hold a series of informational workshops Suggested topics include: Wisconsin’s tax structure’s impact on regional collaboration Incentives to cooperatively provide government services Regional infrastructure needs (including transportation) and possible collaborative approaches. Intergovernmental Cooperation Next Steps/Recommendations :  Next Steps/Recommendations Recommendation Three: Maintain a governmental cooperation focus Collaboration Council identified governmental regional cooperation as a key area Urge that focus be retained Intergovernmental Cooperation Thank you!:  Thank you! Intergovernmental Cooperation Final Report of the Regional Economic Development & Stewardship Entity (REDE) Team:  Final Report of the Regional Economic Development & Stewardship Entity (REDE) Team Presented by Tom Spitz, Team Chair REDE Presentation Overview:  Presentation Overview REDE REDE’s Mission: To protect, leverage and accelerate the growth of our region's strongest economic opportunities and to actively lead and support collaborative regional efforts to preserve and enhance our quality of life. Team Members:  Team Members REDE Jonathan Barry Charlie Hoslet Jim Ring Mark Bugher Tera Johnson Dave Stein Sean Cleary Anne Katz Dan Viste Andy Cohn Elizabeth Kluesner Jim Welsh Al Dasso Andy Lewis Bill White Jerry Derr Katherine Naherny Jan Eddy Londa Dewey Phyllis Wilhelm Dan Ramsey Mike Zimmerman Team Charge/Goals:  Team Charge/Goals REDE Create a business plan and operating model for an entity that can: Effectively position the region in the global marketplace Create, grow, retain, and attract businesses that grow our economy in ways that preserve and enhance our assets Play a key role in quality of life issues and initiatives Support and enhance the multitude of existing local and regional initiatives and programs Attract and sustain 90% of its operating budget from the private sector Approach/Process :  Approach/Process REDE Fast Start: Draft Business Plan - Jim Bower, Blue Planet Partners Organization Structure - Bill White, Michael Best & Friedrich Team Process: Research and discussion to validate plan assumptions and to evaluate sustainability and fundability of the plan. Approach/Process :  Approach/Process REDE Key points of discussion: Sector Approach to industries and initiatives Effective transition from one sector to the next Affiliate relationship with GMCC Balancing economic development and quality of life Results :  Results REDE Grow key sectors - entrepreneurship, growth and retention Growth strategies for key sectors that enhance assets Proactive retention strategies Leverage Wisconsin entrepreneurs Workforce development strategies Attract angel and venture capital and... Continually identify new key sectors of focus Results:  Results REDE Resolve key issues - catalyst for quality of life issues Receive direction on issues from Collaboration Council Regional metrics for economic vitality and quality of life Report ongoing assessment to Collaboration Council Focused approach to targeted asset or infrastructure need Coalesce stakeholders around critical quality of life issues Support existing efforts Create central Q of L information repository Build on our strengths and identify best practices Results:  Results REDE Build a region - raise awareness of assets, values, brand, challenges and opportunities Regional code of ethics Regional electronic leads sharing system Reach out to new residents and “boomerangers” Showcase regional collaborative success stories Actively promote regional brand Regional forums for chambers and Econ. Dev. professionals CC to help set direction and endorse key initiatives Slide78:  INCLUDE TEAM NAME HERE Recommendations:  Recommendations REDE Create a central regional website Implement a regional code of ethics Develop a system to share business leads throughout the region Select initial target sectors to grow from Assets & Opportunities Receive CC selection of initial quality of life issues to address Host elected officials gatherings Oversee Collaboration Council work teams Promote regional collaborative activities Next Steps:  Next Steps REDE Support the work of Rick Phelps and the Fundraising Team Form the REDE Board of Directors Officially organize REDE Hire professionals to staff REDE Develop and implement strategic work plan and... “Grow our region in ways that enhance the quality of life!” Thank you!:  Thank you! REDE Slide82:  Regional Brand Identity Terri Potter for Marsha Lindsay Regional Brand Goal:  Goal Identify an emotionally-based brand identity that is inclusive of the diversity of our region Regional Brand Questions:  Questions How do we see ourselves? How would we like to be seen? Of these, which are most relevant to our target and differentiating from the competition? Regional Brand Cities/Regions Compared:  Cities/Regions Compared Boulder Portland Minneapolis Seattle Miami Providence Austin Silicon Valley Atlanta Boston Regional Brand Brand Identity:  Brand Identity A region of: innovative, creative energy Regional Brand What next?:  What next? Hand-off brand identity to Regional Economic Development Entity Board of Directors Develop REDE strategic work plan Further develop brand identity accordingly Regional Brand Thank you!:  Thank you! Regional Brand Interim Report of the Assets and Opportunities Team:  Interim Report of the Assets and Opportunities Team Presented by Terri Potter Co-Chair – Collaboration Council President & CEO – Meriter Health Services Assets and Opportunities Assets and Opportunities:  Assets and Opportunities Assets and Opportunities Thank you!:  Thank you! Assets and Opportunities Fundraising:  Fundraising Rick Phelps Fundraising Chair – Collaboration Council Senior Vice President – M&I Bank Fundraising Fundraising Sector Captains:  Fundraising Sector Captains Private Sector Fundraising Regional Economic Development Entity Founders:  Regional Economic Development Entity Founders Private Sector Fundraising Regional Economic Development Entity Founders:  Regional Economic Development Entity Founders Private Sector Fundraising Public Sector Fundraising:  Public Sector Fundraising Public Sector Fundraising Elected officials on the Collaboration Council: Kathleen Falk - County Executive Joe Chase - Mayor, City of Sun Prairie Dave Cieslewicz - Mayor, City of Madison Tom Clauder - Mayor, City of Fitchburg Jerry Derr - President, Dane County Towns Association Jeff Miller - President, Dane County Cities and Villages Association Thank you!:  Thank you! Fundraising Slide98:  Next Steps Terri Potter Co-Chair – Collaboration Council President & CEO – Meriter Health Services Next Steps Selecting the REDE Board:  Selecting the REDE Board Selection Committee meeting in September Collaboration Council input for the REDE board selection Use REDE mission as criteria for suggestions Grow the economy via target sectors Resolve key issues as a catalyst Create regional capacity Next Steps Deciding Quality of Life Issues:  Deciding Quality of Life Issues Assets & Opportunities team providing the framework for the discussion and research on key regional quality of life issues Collaboration Council members provide preliminary input to Assets & Opportunities team Assets & Opportunities team will make recommendations on issues at the next Collaboration Council meeting of the whole Next Steps What next?:  What next? Fundraising continues Meeting of elected officials to discuss public sector investment in Regional Economic Development Entity Capital Region Coalition grant proposal to Commerce Selection Committee decides on inaugural REDE Board REDE staff is hired Assets & Opportunities team recommends target sectors Regional economic development professionals develop tactical plans for REDE REDE Board and staff complete strategic work plan Assets & Opportunities team continues research on key regional quality of life issues Road show continues Next Steps Save the date: Next Collaboration Council Meeting:  Save the date: Next Collaboration Council Meeting February 27, 2007 2:00 – 5:00 pm Monona Terrace Next Steps An Historic Effort:  Closing An Historic Effort Individual AND collaborative Local AND regional Economic vitality AND quality of life THANK YOU

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