Published on January 7, 2008
Slide1: Oregon Shines and The Oregon Business Plan Oregon Progress Board April 27th, 2006 Slide2: Oregon Shines Goals Economy: Quality jobs for all Oregonians Community: Safe, caring and engaged communities Environment: Healthy, sustainable surroundings Slide3: Oregon Shines’ Vision: 3 Inter-Dependent Goals Economy Environment Community Slide4: Oregon Business Plan Goal Jobs and the Economy Goal: Create quality jobs for all Oregonians. What is the Oregon Business Plan? : What is the Oregon Business Plan? A shared vision and strategy for what it takes to achieve Progress Boards economic goals. A common agenda for the business community A sustained, productive partnership between business and public leaders Business Plan Framework: Business Plan Framework Goal + Vision + Strategy + Initiatives Slide7: Oregon Business Plan Goal Jobs and the Economy Goal: Create quality jobs for all Oregonians. Business Plan Framework: Business Plan Framework Goal + Vision + Strategy + Initiatives Traded Sector Drives Growth: Traded Sector Drives Growth Clustering is Critical: Clustering is Critical Traded sector success isn’t random – traded sector businesses cluster Similar and related businesses draw advantages from proximity Places specialize Oregon Traded Sector Cluster Success Stories: Oregon Traded Sector Cluster Success Stories High tech 10% of US Semiconductor output Strengths in SME/EDA, displays Sports apparel & footwear Engineered wood products Leader in LVL, glu-lam, millwork Fruits & vegetables High end fresh-packed and processed foods Nursery products Rural Traded Sector Success Stories, Too: Rural Traded Sector Success Stories, Too Millwork in Central Oregon RV manufacturing in Coburg Windsurfing gear in Hood River Bronze casting in Joseph Aluminum boats in Grants Pass Oregon Country Beef in Brothers Five Trends in Business: Five Trends in Business Change is a constant Every industry is restructuring & changing Global competitors, global markets, global us Oregon is not the cheapest place Marketing & Valued Added: Moving up-market is key to success OBP Vision: Traded Sector Success Through Innovation: OBP Vision: Traded Sector Success Through Innovation Leading-edge traded sector (export) companies are the engine that grow quality jobs and statewide prosperity. Oregon has many companies competing well through innovation in product and process, good R&D, smart marketing, and other practices. Oregon Country Beef: Oregon Country Beef Hamburger? Or Steak? Business Plan Framework: Business Plan Framework Goal + Vision + Strategy + Initiatives Four Ps for Prosperity: Four Ps for Prosperity People: Support for the education & training of our current & future workforce. Place: Working to enhance Oregon’s quality of life and resource utilization. Productivity: Ensuring the availability of cost-competitive public and private resources and services. Pioneering Innovation: Support for innovative research, business formation, availability of investment capital, and commercialization of research. The 5th P – Public Finance Mirrors “Circle of Prosperity” : The 5th P – Public Finance Mirrors “Circle of Prosperity” The Competitive Index: The Competitive Index Joint effort by Progress Board and Oregon Business Plan to compare Oregon with others on key measures. Business Plan Framework: Business Plan Framework Goal + Vision + Strategy + Initiatives Initiatives 2006: Initiatives 2006 Public Finance Improve Public Finance and Services Pioneering Innovation Expand Oregon’s Capacity for Economic Innovation People Increase Education Attainment and Skills of All Oregonians Meet Targeted Workforce Needs of Industry Productivity Enhance Oregon's Transportation Infrastructure Make Land Available for Traded-Sector Industry Development Improve Healthcare and Control Its Costs Branding Brand and Market Oregon More Aggressively Business Plan Framework: Business Plan Framework So What Did We Do With This Framework? Annual Summits, Regional Meetings, & Bus Tour: Annual Summits, Regional Meetings, & Bus Tour Bring Business, Political, & Community Leaders Together Identify New Initiatives Celebrate Success Identify Road Blocks Business Associations Endorsements (Partial List): Business Associations Endorsements (Partial List) American Electronics Association, Oregon Council Associated Oregon Industries Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs Oregon Business Association Oregon Business Council Portland Business Alliance Oregon Science & Technology Partnership Software Association of Oregon Ambassador Program of the Portland Development Commission Oregon Independent Colleges Association Strategic Economic Development Corporation Albany Area Chamber of Commerce Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce Canby Area Chamber of Commerce Corvallis Area Chamber of Commerce Forest Grove Chamber of Commerce Grants Pass/Josephine County Chamber of Commerce Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce The Chamber of Medford/Jackson County Newberg Area Chamber of Commerce North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce Sherwood Chamber of Commerce Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Woodburn Area Chamber of Commerce www.OregonBusinessPlan.org: www.OregonBusinessPlan.org Initiative Tracker Latest News Initiative Accomplishments To Date: Initiative Accomplishments To Date Fix PERS Refocus Economic Development Support High K-12 Standards Identify Shovel-Ready Industrial Land Improve International Air Access Pass Federal Forest Health Bill Launch Brand Oregon Campaign Strengthen Engineering and Computer Science Education Invest in Roads and Bridges Streamline Regulation and Permitting Support Innovative Signature Research Legislative Short List 2005 – Budgets to Pass: Legislative Short List 2005 – Budgets to Pass Oregon Progress Board operations – $400,000. Fund for small businesses to commercialize university research – Up to $14 million. Oregon Nanoscience and Micromaterials Institute (ONAMI) operations – $7 million. Strategic Reserve Fund – Up to $10 million. PreK-12 data systems improvement – $4.8 million ($1.8 million from K-12 budget, $900,000 from Community Colleges, and $2.1 million from higher education). Oregon Opportunity Grants (need based college aid) – $78 million. Engineering and computer science education – $21 million. Connect Oregon (strategic multi-modal investments) – $100 million. 30-Year Land Use Review – $600,000. Project Ready Industrial Land – $45 million bond. Brand Oregon – $1.5 million. The Regional Business Plan: The Regional Business Plan Competing Metros: Competing Metros Where We Are Today : Where We Are Today Plan in place Solid work on initiatives Permanent structure and process in place for dialogue among business and elected leaders Multiple endorsements by business associations Initiatives for 2006 established Regional Business Plan Launched in January 2006 Suggestions for Oregon Shines III : Suggestions for Oregon Shines III Connect the three circles – develop strategies for how Oregon can achieve three circles simultaneously. Define “sustainability” and show how it can distinguish Oregon in 21st Century. Spark action to replicate Oregon Business Plan for Quality Communities and Healthy Surroundings. Thank You!! : Thank You!! The Oregon Progress Board has been a great partner!