Oregon Business Plan 2011 Policy Playbook
1. Maximizing the value of the limited tax dollars we have available in state government over the next decade.
2. Ten ideas to spark job and income growth
Remarks, Presentations and Session Summaries
Plenary Session Presentations
|Lenny Mendonca, Director
McKinsey and Company
The Five Crucibles of Public and
Private Sector Innovation
|David Osborne, Principal
Public Strategies Group
Surivival in an Age of Permanent
Breakout Session Summaries and Materials
Regional Economic Strategy Sessions
|Northwest Oregon Meeting notes
|Columbia Gorge Meeting notes
|South Coast Meeting notes
|Eastern Oregon Meeting notes
|Southern Oregon/Rogue Valley Meeting notes
|Central Oregon Meeting notes
|Klamath Basin Meeting notes
|Mid Willamette Valley Meeting notes
Afternoon Policy Breakout Sessions
Click here for Breakout Session Summary Reports (combined in one document)
Leaders of each breakout session were asked to identify three big ideas that came out of the session and three actionable next steps to make progress on the issue at hand.
|Getting Greater Value in Health Care Health Insurance Exchange Proposal
|Budgeting for Outcomes and Results John Tapogna Slides
Death spirals and dead horses PDF
We haven’t come along way, baby PDF
Kitzhaber: Hold me accountable for income gains PDF
Fixing Oregon’s economy means fixing Oregon’s schools first PDF
Kitzhaber vows to remake healthcare coverage;chooses GOP aid PDF
Kitzhaber calls for transforming state government PDF
Local leaders say ther is ‘no time to waste’ ending business as usual PDF
Leaders: Tough times before they get better PDF
Kitz needs more teams PDF
Business leaders plan state’s fiscal restoration PDF
Portland Business Journal:
Leadership summit tackles big challenges PDF
Oregon in death spiral PDF
Oregon’s sputtering economy PDF
On the scene: leadership summit returns PDF
Leaders pull no punches PDF
Members of the Oregon Business Plan Steering Committee have been traveling Oregon to learn about regional economic challenges, and strategies. Meetings have taken place or are scheduled in Astoria, the Portland/Metro area, Salem, Corvallis/Albany, Eugene, Medford, Klamath Falls, Bend, and Pendleton. Learn more about the results of these meetings on ourRegional Perspectives page. If you have questions about the regional meetings, please contact us.
Oregon Industry Cluster Network Meetings
In 2005, The Oregon Business Plan launched the Oregon Cluster Network to identify Oregon’s mature, emerging, and potential industry clusters and assist cluster participants as they work to accelerate innovation and the growth of their industries.
By consciously connecting industry leaders with university researchers, schools, media, venture capital, and other resources, the network will help generate new prospects for business recruiting, develop relevant economic and market data, guide public policy, and help cluster facilitators across the state to share best practices and develop a collaborative regional advantage.
The Oregon Cluster Network meets several times a year to discuss progress on cluster-based economic development, lead focused sessions on areas of interest that affect multiple clusters, share best practices, and plan for key events and opportunities such as the Oregon Leadership Summit. Anyone interested in advancing cluster-based economic development is welcome to attend the Cluster Network meetings.
The next Cluster Network meeting will be held on March 31, 2011 with a focus on “How Clusters Drive Innovation.” Learn more about the Oregon Industry Cluster Network and Meetings.
Keeping Focus in Tough Times. December 2008
Moving Forward. December 2007
Gaining Sustainable Advantage. January 2007
Learning to Compete in a Global Economy. January 2006
Charting a Course for Oregon’s Economic Future. December 2004
Shaping Oregon’s Economic Future. December 2003
Shaping Oregon’s Economic Future. December 2002
All Upcoming Business Plan and Partner Events
Click here for the events calendar.