Lattc SWOT

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  • 1. Agenda
    • Introductions
  • Retreat Purpose
  • Context
  • SWOT
  • Vision and Mission
  • Strategic Priorities
  • Measurements
  • Values

2. Strategic Priorities/ Strategy Development Mission and Values Internal Environment External Environment Vision SWOT Analysis Trend Analysis Strategic Plans andAction Plans KH StrategicPlanning Model 3. Shift Happens -Changing US

  • 1 of every 8 couples married in the US last year met online
  • As of 09/06, there are over 106 million registered users of MySpace.
    • If it were a country, it would be the 11 thlargest in the world, between Japan and Mexico
  • The number of text messages sent and received every day exceeds the population of the planet
  • Nintendo invested more than $140 Million in research and development in 2002 alone
    • More than twice as much as the US federal government spent on research and innovation in education

4. Shift Happens -Changing US

  • Todays learners will have 10 - 14 jobs before they are 38 years old
  • 25% of todays workers have spent less than 1 year with their current company
  • 50% workers have spent less than 5 yrs in their current company
  • Top 10 ten jobs projected for 2010 did not exist in 2004
    • We are currently preparing students for jobs that dont exist
  • The amount of new technical information is doubling every 2 years - By 2010 it is predicted to double every 72 hours
  • Half of what 4 year college students learn in their first year of study will be outdated by their third year of study.
  • By 2023, when our current 1 stgraders are 23 years old, the $1,000 computer will exceed the capabilities of the human brain.

5. Environmental Scan

  • LATTC Service Area Distinguishing Characteristics
  • Industry Patterns
  • Business Opinions and Concerns
  • LATTC Student Trends and Opinions

6. LATTC Service AreaDistinguishing Characteristics

  • Total population exceeds 3 million people, 1 million households
  • Households and population in the service are projected to increase 6% over the period 2005 - 2010;
    • National growth rate is 1.1%;
    • California growth rate is 2% per year.
  • Average length of residency exceeds 10 years;
    • median length of residency in the US is 5.2 years

Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group; and US Bureau of Census 7. LATTC Service AreaPopulation by Age Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group 10.6% of the population, or about 335,000 people are between 18 and 24 years old; average age is 35.27 years old 8. LATTC Service AreaPopulation by Race Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group3 60% of service area is Hispanic 7% of Hispanic population is Black, Asian, American Indian, Pacific Islander 9. LATTC Service AreaHousehold Income Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group Two thirds of households earn less than $50,000 per year; 15% fall below federal poverty lines; educational expenditures per student average $3,800. 10. LATTC Service AreaLabor Force Employment Participation Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group; US Census data 6.25% are unemployed, 43% are not in the labor force; almost 78,000 males and 70,000 females are unemployed US Labor participation rate in 2005 - 66% 11. Industry Patterns Employment by Industry Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group Manufacturing, a declining sector, provides the most employment in the service area; despite a projected increase of 92,000 jobs 12. Industry Patterns LA and Orange County Forecast Job Changes 2005 - 2010 Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group Half of all jobs forecast for 2010 in the County fall in 6 job categories 13. Industry Patterns Service Area Forecast Job Changes by Industry 2005 - 2010 Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group More than 22,000 job holders in the service area, and more than 100,000 job holders in LA/Orange Counties,will be looking for new job skills 14. 2010 Forecast: LA/Orange County Industry Targets Growth of > 5,000 jobs and 10%

  • Specialty Trade Contractors (21,230) - especially
    • Building Finishing Contractors (8,148)
    • Drywall and Insulation Contractors (6,772)
  • Automobile Dealers (7,319)
  • Grocery Stores (14,184)
  • Clothing Stores (7,280)
  • Department Stores (7,464)
  • Motion Picture and Video Industries (29,639)
  • Activities Related to Credit Intermediation (6,381)
  • Financial Investment Activities (8,262)

Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group 15.

  • Real Estate (47,620) - especially
    • Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers (13,448)
    • Activities related to Real Estate (28,499)
  • Professional and Technical Services (43,947) - especially
    • Computer Systems Design and Related Services (14,799)
    • Specialized Design Services (5,475)
    • Mgmt, Scientific and Technical Consulting Services (21,054)
  • Elementary and Secondary Schools (8,444)
  • Other (non-Business, Trade, Elementary) Schools - (5,639)

2010 Forecast: LA/Orange County Industry Targets Growth of > 5,000 jobs and 10% Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group 16. 2010 Forecast: LA/Orange County Industry Targets Growth of > 5,000 jobs and 10%

  • Administrative and Support Services (102,867) - especially
    • Office Administrative Services (8,768)
    • Facilities Support Services (61,909)
    • Collection Agencies and other Business Support Services (6,318)
    • Investigation and Security Services (12,103)
    • Investigation, Guard and Armored Car Services (10,859)
    • Services to Buildings and Dwellings (16,938)
    • Landscaping Services (6,079)
    • Janitorial and other services to Buildings and Dwellings (10,317)
  • Food Services and Drinking Places (47,667) - especially
    • Full-Service Restaurants (22,842)
    • Limited-service Eating Places (16,914)
    • Special Food Services (6,988)

Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group 17. 2010 Forecast: LA/Orange County Industry Targets Growth of > 5,000 jobs and 10%

  • Performing Arts and Spectator Sports (21,957) - especially
    • Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (12,364)
    • Performing Arts Companies, Promoters, Agents and Managers (6,234)
    • Amusements, Gambling, and Recreation (18,901)
    • Amusement Parks and Arcades (10,602)
    • Other Amusement and Recreation Industries (8,401)
    • Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers (5,471)
  • Membership Associations and Organizations (17,257) - especially
    • Professional and Similar Organizations 5,414)
  • Accommodation (7,699) - especially
    • Traveler Accommodation (7,224)

18. 2010 Forecast: LA/Orange County Industry Targets Growth of > 5,000 jobs and 10%

  • Ambulatory Health Care Services (45,121) - especially
    • Offices of Physicians (12,529)
    • Offices of Dentists (7,456)
    • Offices of Other Health Practitioners (6,990)
    • Home Health Care Services (11,762)
  • Nursing and Residential Care Facilities (17,464) - especially
    • Residential Mental Health Facilities (6,168)
    • Community Care Facilities for the Elderly (5,100)
  • Social Assistance (27,004) - especially
    • Individual and Family Services (8,443)

Source: LACCD Environmental Scan - May 2006; Madrid Consulting Group 19. 2010 Forecast: LA/Orange County Industry Targets Reduction of >5,000 jobs

  • Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing ( 21,205 )
  • Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing ( 11,678 )
  • Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing ( 14,291 )
  • Transportation Equipment Manufacturing ( 14,216 ) - especially
    • Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing ( 13,175 )