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Presentation: Jumping the Curve in Workforce

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For too long, we have trying to "fix" an adaptive challenge -- preparing for the future of work -- with technical, linear thinking. To jump the curve and design what's next, we need to think differently. The good news: We've figured out the simple rules of complex collaboration.

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Presentation: Jumping the Curve in Workforce

  1. 1. Jumping the Curve in Workforce Development Ed Morrison
  2. 2. The Wicked Challenges Workforce Development Some Next Steps for Indiana Agenda Designing Complex Workforce Collaborations
  3. 3. The Wicked Challenges of Workforce Development
  4. 4. What is going on?
  5. 5. We have been treating an adaptive challenge as a technical problem Technical Problems Adaptive Challenges
  6. 6. How could we reduce teenage homicides?
  7. 7. How do we develop a roadmap for condition-based maintenance?
  8. 8. How do we make space life science research more productive?
  9. 9. How could we transform engineering education at 50 universities?
  10. 10. How could we reduce maternal mortality in New Jersey?
  11. 11. Adaptive challenges involving invisible networks with no clear solutions
  12. 12. It’s not rocket science…it’s more like molecular biology
  13. 13. K through 12 Dependency Cycle Career Entry level Working poor $10.00 per hour 2 Years of College Certifications 4 Years of College Pre- K Unemployed Brainpower flows through a regional economy
  14. 14. We are not trying to fix old systems
  15. 15. We are designing what’s next… Agile Strategy Lab School of Engineering Technology
  16. 16. What’s next: Open innovation in workforce development
  17. 17. Organization A Organization B Organization C New collaboration platforms can manage complexity with simple rules
  18. 18. Designing Complex Workforce Collaborations
  19. 19. 21 Strategic Doing is a strategy discipline designed for open, loosely connected networks
  20. 20. 22 Strategic Doing is an open source operating system for collaborations and ecosystems.
  21. 21. The best methodology I have seen in 20 years. Paul Collits, PhD
 Former President Australia New Zealand Regional Science Association
  22. 22. Strategic Doing Workshops
  23. 23. 1,800+ learners from 125 countries
  24. 24. Organizations need to jump the S-Curve
  25. 25. Strategic Doing speeds the jump
  26. 26. “Transform your Workforce System” The federal government
  27. 27. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% Money Results With 8% of the money… 40% of the national results
  28. 28. 0 7,500 15,000 22,500 30,000 Began Training Completed Training Degrees/Certificates Goal Result 2.7 X 2.9 X 2.7 X Result: Dramatic increases in productivity
  29. 29. We can accelerate collaboration with a shared discipline of “learning by doing”
  30. 30. Collaborations that are replicable, scalable and sustainable
  31. 31. Northern Illinois University: Aviation Technology Pathway Model
  32. 32. DC: Training at scale: 700+ Employees
  33. 33. Meet Ubaldo Cordova
  34. 34. UPRM E-Ship Network Ubaldo Cordova’s Partners
  35. 35. Ubaldo
  36. 36. Two people… …organized a team of 6 faculty to travel to Puerto Rico… …to teach 40 people the skills of Strategic Doing over 2.5 days Then in 6 hours 10 graduates… …guided 60 civic leaders to design 7 complex collaborations, each with a strategic action plan. 1 Month 1 Week When people follow a strategy discipline of simple rules, networks can scale quickly
  37. 37. Colorado State University is replicating our workforce model across the state
  38. 38. “Collaboration is a fundamental skill in culture.” Yo-Yo Ma
  39. 39. Some Next Steps for Indiana
  40. 40. Create regional collaboration platforms
  41. 41. Use an open source operating system to accelerate collaborations
  42. 42. Thank you edmorrison@purdue.edu