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Transform Milwaukee: Collective Impact

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COLLECTIVE IMPACT
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PLAN
Transform Milwaukee Plan Area
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COMMON AGENDA
SHARED MEASUREMENT
MUTUALLY REINFORCING ACTIVITIES
CONTINUOUS COMMUNICATION
BACKBONE ORGANIZATION
SUCCESS
AUGUST 1
1pm - 3:30pm
COLLECTIVE IMPACT
RSVP
1.
THINK BIG
2.
What's your vision for Milwaukee
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http://www.slideshare.net/CaseyPrograms/collective-impact-15509338?smtNoRedir=1
Government
Business
Non-Profit
Community
JOBS
years into the future?
SURVEY DATA
Extracted survey data
What is your vision for the Milwaukee area?
I look to Menomonee Valley's vision for thoughts on what's possible in Milwaukee. Envision the Menomonee Valley that plays a central role in Milwaukee: economically, with strong companies and jobs near workers' homes; ecologically, with healthy waterways and greenspace; geographically, with renewed ties to its surrounding neighborhoods; and culturally, with firm roots in its past and a role in histories to come.
an integrative city with model delivery systems that integrate the mainstream institutions into effective service conduits for both community and institutional building that enhances the quality of life for all residents in the city.
To make Milwaukee a vibrant city that invests in available workforce and provides family sustaining employment opportunities for all who are able to work.
A city of safe vibrant neighborhoods.
The City of Milwaukee becomes recognized as the best place to live, work, locate a business, and raise a family in the State of Wisconsin.
A better and more equitable life for all of us...
I want a vibrant early stage ecosystem where entrepreneurs are supported in both wisdom and capital, and for this to be the focus on how to create jobs and revitalize communities.
Fulfill its potential to be a world-class city by maximizing our existing underutilized assets and resources that could be put to better use in creating, attracting and retaining talent.
A united group consisting of City & State, along with nonprofits and businesses first working to solve the issues of crime & grime, so that more complex issues like housing, workforce/education, and job creation truly have a chance of success. Imagine all Milwaukee children growing up in a safe environment, experiencing life-long learning, leading to a family-supporting job or starting their own business.
To continue creating an environment of economic revitalization for both the North and South sides in the City of Milwaukee.
Milwaukee's Central City becomes a preferred place to work and live.
I am focused on the northside so I would like the northside to be accepted racially and economically as a value added milwaukee neighborhood not a liability on resources
Ideally, I believe that the Milwaukee business community is much more powerful together than it is apart. I believe leveraging the talents that exist within to drive toward supporting our citizens in developing avenues toward betterment benefit us all.
More exposure to opportunity. More exposure to capital sources.
To see it work to the highest good of all. To see its citizens work together toward integration of spirit to elevate positive energy necessary to create paths to a improved/better city/quality of life.
a vibrant community to work, live and play
Continued evolution of vibrant downtown cultural, residential and business districts surrounded by industrial corridors providing a high-wage foundation for supporting nearby neighborhood residents and mainstreet retail businesses. Higher social, moral and educational standards to build upwardly mobile classes of youth to restore Milwaukee neighborhoods to being safe, fun and valuable places to live.
A unified city where organizations share information for the betterment of its citizens.
Large scale redevelopment of areas that have deteriorated to a level that no longer affords an option to restore or rehabilitate; connectivity of green spaces, which includes the City of Milwaukee reclaiming a role as provider and maintainer of public open space (this does not exist; few large cities are without a "parks department, but Milwaukee is one of them)
Transform municipality into cultural of inclusion and systemic fair practice.
A city that is educating our children, providing living wage jobs for residents and a business climate that is provide opportunities for minorities to grow and prosper.
To develop a community that is inclusive, adaptive, prideful and full of the necessary entrepreneurial spirit.
I would like to see Milwaukee be able to compete on the world's stage
My vision is a vibrant, safe community that my children can find quality schools with quality teachers. My vision is for those who choose work right out of high school to find opportunity for advancement in companies that provide those livable wages. My vision includes streets that my sons, daughters and grandchildren can play safely.
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See the community recharged and infused with signs of prosperity and hope. Education/skills training and Industry growth and investment in the community. Provision of assistance to help Milwaukeeans to identify and overcome obstacles that impede personal and economic growth.
The opposite of what exist as far as how resources are utilized. Citizens are not limited by perceptions, etc. and are able to venture into other neighborhoods
NA
a. Blight removed from neighborhoods and commercial strips b. Milwaukee is in top 10 in all positive categories for cities (reduction in crime, lowest teen pregnancy, highest per capita income, lowest poverty rates, highest high school graduation rates; lowest rates of minority unemployment)
To have very strong neighborhoods that attract and retain homeowners and entrepreneurs. To have Milwaukee on the top 10 list of best cities to live in.
To build an urban economy that has global connections. Restore and strategically plan a cultural pride.
In short, my vision for Milwaukee is one where all residents have robust access to economic opportunities that ultimately improve local quality of life and position the city as an internationally recognized model for urban renewal and development.
I see Milwaukee as a wealth and critical thinking generator. A vibrant first cousin to Chicago, with low unemployment for African Americans.
Vibrant economically diverse communities for people to live, work, serve and pursue health and happiness.
A re-invention, a cohesive strategy for family sustaining jobs, safe streets; quality education

Sustainable development
Milwaukee is a vibrant city. It is not, however, as vibrant as it could be. Milwaukee, to be a truly vibrant destination city needs to embrace the rich cultural and ethnic diversity that is embedded in our history. Instead, that culture and diversity are used to divide people and communities. Continuously, it fosters hate and fear and negative perceptions that manifest themselves in the recruitment and hiring practices of companies throughout the region. It manifests itself in an antiquated transportation discussion and policies that rely heavily on roads and cars as Milwaukee struggles to enter the 21st century with a robust public transit system that includes multiple options (bus, rail, et.al) that can actually get residents to where the jobs are. I see a Milwaukee where it's residents have EQUAL opportunity and access to quality education that prepares them to enter the next level - vocational training, technical college, four year college or university. I see a Milwaukee where people are hired based on skill sets rather than zip codes. Milwaukee is more than manufacturing. We need to acknowledge each sector with career pathways and place as much effort into those as we do to manufacturing. I see a Milwaukee where the manufacturing employer community remembers that their aging "boomer" workforce was trained "on the job" with nothing more than good hands and a strong back. As technology changed their incumbent workforce was trained "on the job" to keep pace with changing technology. Business cannot expect to dis-invest in workforce development and internal training and expect a new workforce to walk in from the streets prepared to take the place of an employee that they trained. I see a Milwaukee where "Milwaukee" is not a negative word.
Businesses located in city, providing living wage for residents; enhanced transportation system connecting people to jobs and housing
Create a resident-business partnership that will grow an expanding business base, a skilled labor force, and thriving families and neighborhoods.
Taking the underemployed people and turning them and their communities into the state's most valued resource
LONGER-TERM PLAN
Overview
Who is here?
Who are the champions?
What are the clusters?
Create Common Agenda
Break into groups:
Count off by 5
Draft a common vision for MKE in ten years
Report back:
Cluster all the submissions
Derive common agenda
Request Consensus
Homework assignment: Associate your organization's existing measures with the common measures
In ten years, Milwaukee will be _________________________

We will be able to tell that we've reached the vision when _______________

When ______________________ factors have become ___________________, our vision will be achieved.
RFP: Measurables
Step 1: Inventory and Analysis
Step 2: Organization and Classification of Action Items
Step 3: Costing the Action Items
Step 4: Prioritizing the Action Items
Step 5: Implementation and Monitoring
Step 6: Plan Formats and Utilization
MEASURES
Tina Collective Impact Slides
BREAK: 10 minutes!
Create Shared Measures
Review Study Data
Break into groups
Develop names of the common measures
Report back to larger group
Build a common scorecard or dashboard
Link Agenda to Measures
Obtain Consensus on Measures
Communications Between Us
Next Steps: Putting Together Governance and Backbone
15 minutes
4 minutes
Wrapping Up
WELCOME
Scott Gussick
WHEDA
Develop your dashboard
15 minutes
4 min per group
Nonprofit
Business associations
Education
Banks, finance
Real estate developers
Workforce development
Government
Small business
Foundations
Faith organizations
Industry
City Government
Police Dept
Health
Neighborhood people
Youth
Startups
Equity
Other religious / faith community
HERE
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5
You do not _have_ to use this as your template. These are thinking-starters.
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2
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5
COMMON
Milwaukee becomes economic hub
Bigger: stop emptying of people, social, cultural equity - stop the leakage to suburbs and CHI
MKE is a place where there are limited to no foreclosures
People are employed and working
Workforce and education are working hand in hand
Reinvigorated family dynamic
People, businesses, and communities linked and working together
When there are no more foreclosures, or small amount
Opportunity of employment for minorities at parity with county
Appropriate mix of homeownership and rental
Add 100,000 more people
Get to top 100 of poorest cities from top 10
Training available for unemployed to self-sustaining jobs
Fewer people on street during daytime
Funding matches needs instead of low standards
Metrics in urban conditions stop going down and start rising
Human capital factors are focus of dealing with problems
Mentoring programs are aligned with mentorship needs

Economic and innovation capital of US: the place where innovation can blossom

A good city to raise kids and be adults, prosperous
Foster opportunity for minority and small business
#1 for industry and friendly to business
Access to opportunity for all

Move from indicators of shame to indicators of success
Healthier neighborhood, healthier people, healthier education
Healthier housing (lower foreclosures)
Public, private, gov sector in alignment
In ten years, MKE is economically diverse city and region with opportunity for all.

When employment, education, access to healthcare are all improved and race relations are improved;

We have a higher than national average quantity of people who are in the middle class (and we know what our middle class is!)
We have strong, bold political leadership with the ability to address the race relations and foster discussion openly and in the foreground
In ten years, Milwaukee has increasing population and citywide unemployment rate at or lower than national average, 30th St corridor at or below national average.

Milwaukee becomes national model for attracting businesses, become an employer destination--keeping jobs within city limits.

Model for revitalization efforts to other cities in the nation.

Increase in regional cooperation around transporation, infrastructure development, regional diversity, accessibility to all jobs, economic openness, increased housing opportunities for all residents including suburban areas.
In ten years, Milwaukee will be one of the most prosperous cities in the US.

When there is more social, cultural, class, racial integration
More Milwaukee pride
Crime, unemployment well below national average
Reading scores increase well above national aerage
Attract and retain college grads
Better Transportation system to keep

The workforce has been educated and trained and ready to hire special populations (ex-offenders, long-term unemployed, the last-chosen)

Work life balance is norm and MKE serves as model to rest of US
A lack of ego, obstruction, obstacle from government
Population increase
Economic growth and development
Racial and ethnic groups are integrated into well being of community
National model
Hub of innovation
Government is fostering action, removing obstruction
Revitalized and reenvigorated urban communities
Greater equity and reduced disparity
Improved education, esp academic deficiencies of adults
Leadership from large and small biz aligning with one another
The investment in human capital across small and large businesses and public/private sectors
Health of citizens improved
Family sustainability, leadership
Regional transportation system
Regional cooperation and integration through economic openness with counties, suburbs
Neighborhood jobs
Move from indicators of shame to indicators of success
Both large and small organizations involved in the success of region and economy
Foreclosure minimal and housing available
Unemployment below national average
Democracy: healthy participation by citizens, open access to tools of democracy (flow of power from bottom to top)
ECONOMY
EDUCATION
JOBS
HOUSING
HEALTH
DEMOCRACY
PERCEPTION
Transform Milwaukee Progress Report
1:
Percent of vacant homes
Black male unemployment
# of black male convictions / black male unemployment
% HS graduations
# of households headed by single parent

# of sq. ft. of industrial land use zoning
Vacancy rate linked to ind. land use zoning
Commercial vacancy rates

Boomer job positions filled by under 30 MFG
2:
Jobs created
# of foreclosures
# of college graduates who remain in region after 1st year
Equity of college graduates
Incarceration rate
New patents in the state
Employment rate
Venture capital $s in small biz
Positive political cooperation: legislation bipartisan support
3:
Measure by census tract - real sense of microcosms that exist in city
Measure as many factors as possible:
Ethnicity
Gender
Individual household income for each category

Foreclosure rates
Homeownership rates
HS graduation rates
Post-sec graduation / enrollment rates
Employment rate - distance of commute to work
Access to healthcare (access to community health centers)
Access to good quality food (i.e. grocery store)
Instance of crime, violent crime

Birth / continuing health rates for ethnic newborns
What is a household?
Questions:
Measure against transform area or against city as whole, against other cities?
Do we see longitudinal studies as valuable?
4:
Change in employment status
Jobs created
Personal interviews
# of board-ups
% of transform residents in "middle class"
Mortality rate
Voting rate by tract
# of loans to startups
New market tax credit census tracts decreasing
Census tracts designated as "food desert" by FDA
Tracking age and mobility (transport + age relationship)
5:
Political races that go uncontested decrease
# of startups
# of positive media and news stories (national and regional)
$ invest in new construction
# of TIF districts
% of voter engagement
% engagement at civic, neighborhood meetings
Integration of city workforce
Health indicators: chronic ill, teen pregnancy, access to hospital
Pride in Milwaukee, like empl. satisfaction
Considerations for working with the data:

Slice all data across lower, middle, upper incomes
Board member integration / diversity
National ranking level (various)
# of entrepreneurs and new initiatives
$ spent on econ. dev. by government
Neighborhood growth not gentrification

Additional languages
Measure additional literacies
ACT score aggregates

MISSING SECTORS
HARDCORE SUPPORTERS
EVERYONE ELSE
ACTION IMPERATIVE = FED UP-NESS
BACKBONE ORGANIZATION characteristics
"Date before we marry"
Explore capabilities under real experience
Explore FSG models of healthy backbones
Take the time to define, educate, and build loyalty
Homework for the 40
MENTORING EXCHANGE
past participants introduce new community members
identify another 100 people who they will bring to the process, educate, and mentor
ADDITIONAL EDUCATORS
Add to the 'roster' of folks who can help educate on the CI process as Tina has done
Maybe video of CI process as orientation?
Video and overview of TMI as pre-orientation
WEBSITE
Far south side
Far southwest side
MISSING GEOGRAPHIES
ACCESS TO
LOCAL LABOR
LOCAL WORK
Marquette
Johnson Controls
NWML
Rockwell
Children's Hospital
CAPABILITIES
AVAILABILITY
ORGANIZATION
NEEDS
REQUIREMENTS
RESOURCES
training
bid / job system
DATA
UW Extension data
"Economic Gardening" - ID 2nd stage companies for growth
UW School / Architecture studies:
Vacant Land
UrbAg
Urban planning/real estate (Port of MKE)
Curbside visuals
TMI + MKE Transit
Schools performance in target area
Gathering places in TMI area
LOIS
SAMMIS
ACTIONS
Social entrepreneurship development

Make a list of 3-4 things to do to the website
Enable blog
Put blog on home page
Partner directory with links to websites
Email to blog so Maria/others can post directly
Expand map to include all partners
COLLECTIVE IMPACT NETWORK
(North Side churches, corridor members/neighbors)
CHAMPIONS
40
SUPPORTERS
150
TOTAL PARTICIPANTS
1,500
Collective Impact Groups
LEADERSHIP
Race
Economy
Jobs
Education
Housing
Perception
Health
Population
Leadership
Democracy
Transform Milwaukee
Collective Impact
PERCEPTION
LEADERSHIP
EDUCATION
ECONOMY
JOBS
HEALTH
HOUSING
POPULATION
DEMOCRACY
RACE
RACE
% engagement at civic, neighborhood meetings
% of voter engagement
Board member integration / diversity
Political races that go uncontested decrease
Positive political cooperation: legislation bipartisan support
Voting rate by tract
# of entrepreneurs and new initiatives
# of loans to startups
# of sq. ft. of industrial land use zoning
# of startups
# of TIF districts
$ invest in new construction
$ spent on econ. dev. by government
Commercial vacancy rates
New market tax credit census tracts decreasing
New patents in the state
Venture capital $s in small biz
% of transform residents in "middle class"
Boomer job positions filled by under 30 in manufacturing
Change in employment status
Employment rate
Jobs created
Job interviews
Black male unemployment
Employment rate - distance of commute to work
# of households headed by single parent
Access to good quality food (i.e. grocery store)
Access to healthcare (access to community health centers)
Birth / continuing health rates for ethnic newborns
Census tracts designated as "food desert" by FDA
Health indicators: chronic ill, teen pregnancy, access to hospital
Mortality rate
# of college graduates who remain in region after 1st year
% HS graduations
ACT score aggregates
Additional languages
Equity of college graduates
HS graduation rates
Measure additional literacies
Post-sec graduation / enrollment rates
# of board-ups
# of foreclosures
Homeownership rates
Neighborhood growth not gentrification
Percent of vacant homes
# of positive media and news stories (national and regional)
Pride in Milwaukee, like employee satisfaction
Integration of city workforce
Incarceration rate
Instance of crime, violent crime
# of black male convictions / black male unemployment
In the year 2023, Milwaukee is a national model of economic and social development, where families, employers, and government take collaborative ownership of the city. Everyone shares a common, frequent, and publicly updated display of measures of success, resulting in a culture of civic pride and participation. Economic growth has driven unemployment to historic lows, while innovations in health, transportation, and education have made the race challenges of the 20th century a distant memory.
Through a sustained effort by citizens, large and small organizations, and government, Milwaukee is celebrated for economic success. Driving educational success into urban areas and providing access to healthy food led to increasing employment, and housing ownership above national standards. Strong leadership transformed once-challenging racial equity into a national model for diversity and inclusion. Milwaukee now ranks amongst the world’s healthiest cities.
A new era of collaboration between community leaders, public and private sector have made Milwaukee a national and global role-model for city development. Creating a favorable environment for employers and first-class education, health and housing have transformed the city’s economy into a powerhouse that has doubled the population while increasing the pride of citizens.
Common Agenda
1. The urban city is a primary target for home-ownership with greater than X% homeowners.
2. City-wide educational improvements bring graduation and retention above national average.
3. Strong leadership from public and private sectors makes health and wellness a priority.
4. Racial equity is in evidence in all aspects of civic participation.
5. Jobs are created near where the unemployed live.
6. Dashboards and indicators of success are in the hands of all citizens.
7. Other collective impact efforts are integrated and linked with Transform Milwaukee.
8. Healthy food is available in all areas of the city. Strong government leadership makes unhealthy food less economically attractive.
9. Higher education trains skills towards those needed by employers.
September 27
Manpower Headquarters
Refine Agenda
Refine Vision
Refine Measures
Align Actions
Wyman Winston
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