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The Story so Far & the Plan for the Future. Sarah Kieran Tuesday, March 22nd. Creating a Region of Excellence for Living, Leisure, Knowledge & Work. Capitalising on the region’s Strategic Global Location. Performing on a Global Stage. 2005. 2011. The Growth of a Network. 600+. More

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the story so far the plan for the future

The Story so Far &the Plan for the Future

Sarah Kieran

Tuesday, March 22nd

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Creating a Region of Excellence for Living, Leisure, Knowledge & Work.

Capitalising on the region’s Strategic Global Location.

Performing on a Global Stage.

2005

2011

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The Growth of a Network

600+

More

Effective

Structure &

Governance

Graduate

Intern

Programme

Full

Time

CEO

New

Website

Growth In Membership

Vision

2020

Pillar

Structure

Formed

8 People/

Organisations

Come

Together

8

2005

2011

TimeLine

atlantic way priorities
Atlantic Way Priorities

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

atlantic way priorities1
Atlantic Way Priorities

Business Links

Event 12th April

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

atlantic way priorities2
Atlantic Way Priorities

Artisan Food

Group

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

atlantic way priorities3
Atlantic Way Priorities

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Jacksonville

MOU

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

atlantic way priorities4
Atlantic Way Priorities

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

Seeing is Believing

Project

atlantic way priorities5
Atlantic Way Priorities

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

FDI

Portfolio

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

atlantic way priorities6
Atlantic Way Priorities

Limerick City

Iconic Event

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

atlantic way priorities7
Atlantic Way Priorities

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Value Propositions

Trade Event

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

atlantic way priorities8
Atlantic Way Priorities

Project

Planning

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

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Atlantic Way Priorities

Development of

Sectoral Clusters

Live Website

Twitter/Linked In

News Bulletins

More Workshops & Events

Graduate Internships

Effective Structures

An over-arching

Regional Plan

Talent Flow

Humanitarian Aid

Centre

Freight Logistics

Centre

An Energy Valley

Tourism Attractors

& Innovations

An Innovation

Corridor

World

Connections

Social Inclusion:

Challenging

Imagination

4 key pillars of activity
4 Key Pillars of Activity

Key Stakeholders: Board

Brian O’Connell (Chairperson), Paul O’Brien, Frank Murray, Liam McElligot,

Piers Devereux, Patricia Lynch, Liam Conneally, Michael Vaughan

World

Connections

Enterprise

Group

Piers Devereux

Michael Cuddy

Roger Downer

Frank Murray

Conor Harty

Brendan Flood

Bill Doherty

Alain de Bosainger

Eamonn Murphy

Infrastructure &

Connectivity

Group

Liam Conneally

Leo Clancy

Brendan Mullins

Alan Coghlan

Jim Meade

Gordon Daly

Tourism

Group

Michael Vaughan

Anita Higgins

Katherine Webster

Pat Daly

Brid Crotty

John Cantwell

Michelle Payne

Jim Deegan

Fiona Monaghan

Marketing Enabler

Patricia Lynch

John Leonard

more effective structure next stage of the journey
More Effective StructureNext Stage of the Journey

Governing Council

The Big Picture, Vision, Mission, Plan

Insight, Wisdom, Judgement

Monitoring Performance

Executive Team

Day-to-Day Management

one potential approach
One Potential Approach

President

High Profile Leadership

Governing Council

Chairperson + 8 Members

Critical Mix

Strategy Groups

4 Critical Areas: Enterprise & Knowledge Tourism & Culture

Infrastructure, Energy & Connectivity World Connections

Executive Team

CEO

Internship Resources

Independent Financial Controller

Projects/Programmes

Led by Strategy Group Member

Supported by Executive Team

Accountable to Strategy Group

Engaged Membership Community

comparative organisations
Comparative Organisations

Other not for profit organisations have varying structures

depending on their needs and requirements:

  • Local Development Companies (the Directors are the Members)
  • Sporting Organisations (the Members appoint the Directors)

Values-Baed: Leadership, Collaboration,

Responsiveness, Action

Invitation to Engage

Eugene HayesMidwest Corporate Services LimitedChartered Secretaries in Public Practicecharteredsecretary@eircom.net

where to from here
Where to from here?

Your Region Needs You!

Business Enterprise

Frank Murray

Bunratty Room

Tourism

Michael Vaughan

Fergus Room

Artisan Food

Donncha Hughes

Clare Room

Engage Ideas

Paul O’Brien

Burren Room

Call to Assembly…. Thank You

Now……Call to Action!