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LISC Strategy Map

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James Carlson

on 1 April 2016

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Transcript of LISC Strategy Map

Americorps
Community Safety
Commercial Corridors
MANDI
LISC
DAWN
Community Engagement Committee
Honorary Board
40
Communications Director
LEAP
CHRIS
Clarke Square
Harambee
Program Committee
Zilber Family Foundation
Building Neighborhood Capacity Program
CDFA
NICOLE
Finance
National LISC
Treasurer
MARJORIE
Program Officer
Commercial Corridor
CRAG
Technical Assistance Providers
Layton Boulevard
AMELIA
Operations
Consultants
Credit Committee
JACK
Financial Services Director
Lindsay Heights
Washington Park
Walnut Way
Existing
Prospective
Lenders
LEO
Exec Director
LAB
Investor Relations Committee
CDCs
Director, SCI
BNCP
Community Development Finance Authority
Donors
Bankers
Funders
Commercial Revitalization Affinity Group
Riverworks EDC
Journey House
FOCs
Partners
Borrowers
Bus Tours
Program Budget
Donors Report
Amelia
Dawn, Nicole
JOHN
Program Officer (Safety)
Neighborhood
Leadership
Institute
Funders Alliance
Aurora
FOC
Police Dept.
WPF
HUD Sc IV
DCD
City
Promotion, Visibility, Awareness
Executive Committee
Governance
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8
8
15
8
8
Arrange committees with chairs as board members
HTFB
10
~10
~8
Common Council
~6-7
DNS
10
County
DA
Executive
Supervisor/ Board
State
EDCs
WEDC
WHEDA
Legislator
Fed
Increase visibility of this as a community, highlight
BIDs
NML
GMF
Communities of Practice
Non-target neighborhoods
Neighborhoods
Programs
Resources
National LISC
GCM Dept
State Farm Grant
NFL Grant
LISC Regional VP
CSI
lending
BizStarts
Business Council
Bucketworks
MMSD
Government Partners
Listening
+Coaching
+Mentorship
+Advice
+Guidance
-Micro-engagement
-Uninformed policy
-No context action
-Intervention
from LAB
to Staff
+Translations
+Observations
+Listening
+Reconnaissance
+Learning
+LEOditorial
to LAB
from Staff
-?
-?
-?
Briefs
Reports
+Fundraising
Small group of big thinkers
Staff
Critical Path
Ecosystem
LBWN
UMCS
Lead Agencies
5
Safe and Sound
from LAB
to Resources
+advocacy
+evangelism
+enthusiasm
+spreading message
+donations
+Nominating
+Board Development
+Compliance / legal
+PR
+Explanation
+Education
+MarComm
+investment strategy
+strategic measures
+focus to impact
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New board members
marketing
sales
+Jens!
Magical Ideal Committee
Staff
At-Large
Board
4x / year
"How do I connect the actions and things I hear about to the LISC vision / mission / outcomes?"
+Share observations, stories
+Share editorial
+Share history, experience loudly
State of Community Report
Talking about the future of the movement
ACRE
MMSD
Real Estate Development
Leadership Development and Capacity Building
NLI
COP
Infrastructure Development
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safer, livable communities, valued by entire market
self-organization of neighborhoods (ex: WP, LH) - COP, MOU, NLI
on-going engagement of grassroots leaders / side-st mayors - NLI, methodology
a system of neighborhoods are collectively organized around, and advocating for, public policy issues - COP
LB and WP have 'graduated' from LISC
NIDs are more commonly employed to enable neighborhoods to self-organize
New / other target neighborhoods are up and coming; inherit experience / wisdom of previous targets: COP - internal LISC culture is self-reflective and captures knowledge/experience of staff _INTO A STRUCTURE_ that others can use!
Broader Greater MKE area see MKE as viable healthy place to live and work
Institutional methodology for pairing law enforcement with economic development issues -- LISC has facilitated a perspective transformation in MPD and developer groups: John, James
LISC recognized as having led a movement to create a significant increase in identity with neighborhoods impacted: relationship between identity of neighborhood and city is enhanced -- ex: "Harambee = Chelsea"
We look internally like we evangelize externally -- we 'eat our own dogfood'
We are no longer reactionary
We are a model of how we want our partners to be -- in terms of how we roll
Clear solid programs with great outcomes that we're always ahead of -- built on focused track
Public Policy
External Impact Vision
Internal Culture Vision
Collective Impact Platform
Behaviors:
Mutual critique feedback and praise depends on transparency, which depends on sharing
My -> Our
MOU
Prioritize reflection time!
years
Advisors
MEDIA
1. Physical environment
2. Quality Education
3. Economic Activity
4. Safe Neighborhoods
5. Family Income
Froedert Hospital
Harley Davidson
employment pipeline
Movement
Neighborhood Asset Map
5 points area
ORGANIZING
COMMUNITY SCORECARD
Safety
Business growth
Family income
Kids in schools
WELCOME TO HARAMBEE
OUR COMMUNITY SCORECARD
Real Estate
Submeasure
Submeasure
Submeasure
Economic Development
Submeasure
Submeasure
Submeasure
Community Safety
Submeasure
Submeasure
Submeasure
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20
1
4
2
20
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