Main strategic issues mandating coordinated action

In Santa Clara County (County) the time is now to align the myriad of plans, programs, policies and infrastructure investments affecting undeveloped agricultural lands across this rapidly growing County and its Cities to sustain the Valley’s natural environment, support the local agricultural economy, maintain the health of its communities and increase the resiliency and adaptation of this region in the face of climate change.

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Tapping the collective wisdom of the CRWFS and a state government advisory group, this group will work over the next year to provide the Plan with a clearer systems orientation, and strengthen collective leadership capacities to support the effective implementation and long-term endurance of the Plan.

For instance, the group has already discovered that placing the Plan’s actions within a strategic framework, such as the connectivity approach, can further a common agenda and vision for success.

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Successful coordination of a group like this depends on a “centralized infrastructure, a dedicated staff, and a structured process that leads to a common agenda, shared measurement, continuous communication, and mutually reinforcing activities among all participants.” The Plan has the centralized infrastructure of the Governor’s Office and the dedicated staff of that Office and three state agencies. Ag Innovations is working in partnership with CNRA, Cal EPA, and CDFA to bring the Plan’s collaborative implementation to the next level.

We are doing this by helping the group develop a common agenda and shared measurement system, cultivated by the process of a structured, generative dialogue that builds positive visions for the future while facing difficult truths.

Toyota began producing a limited number of locally exclusive models in its principal foreign plants.

Each plant had its own platform, with products designed for sale within the region.

June 22, 2015 Complexity of problems and our ability to solve them over time. In California’s multiple responses to the drought, there is one key initiative that remains relatively unknown: the California Water Action Plan (Plan).

The Plan calls for coordinated action to address the dynamic and interconnected challenges faced by the state’s water system.

The Plan represents the first succinct, centralized, and actionable water mandate in California’s history.

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