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NatStats Conference 21 November 2008 Matt Johnson Executive Director Office of the Executive Committee of Cabinet. The Challenge. Portfolio accountability + Responsibility for whole-of- government outcomes = Sustainable, healthy community South Australia’s approach: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Growing Prosperity

NatStats Conference21 November 2008

Matt JohnsonExecutive DirectorOffice of the Executive Committee of Cabinet

55 Positive movementPortfolio accountability+Responsibility for whole-of-government outcomes=Sustainable, healthy community

South Australias approach:A whole of state Strategic Plan

The Challenge55 Positive movement

The PlanA comprehensive Plan with 6 targets:

Growing ProsperityImproving WellbeingAttaining SustainabilityFostering CreativityBuilding CommunitiesExpanding Opportunity55 Positive movementEconomic and jobs growthImproved productivityCompetitive business climatePopulationExports

Growing Prosperity55 Positive movementQuality of lifeBetter healthReduced crimeBetter road safetyImprovingWellbeing

55 Positive movementA healthier River MurrayBetter managed water resourcesSustainable energy and reduced greenhouse gas emissionsProtecting soil, plant, animal and marine diversity

AttainingSustainability55 Positive movementFostering Creativityand InnovationArtistic creativity and participationTechnological innovationResearch and commercialisationPromoting creative talent

55 Positive movementStrong and connected communitiesCivic participationVolunteeringViability of regional communitiesBuildingCommunities

55 Positive movementEnsuring all South Australians reach their potentialBetter housing, education, social inclusion, access and equityExpandingOpportunity

55 Positive movementThe Plan is not a magic wand

Strong supporting structures and a performance appraisal process

Implementation plans and strategies for each target fully costed, emphasising collaborationBetter PerformanceManagement55 Positive movementPublicAccountabilityMeasurement of progress against targets: rigorous, regular and transparentClear and accessible presentation of dataIndependent Audit Committee reports to the government and to the people of SA, every two years55 Positive movement

Data measurementBalancing what we know is important and what we can actually countIncorporating the best available measures and data sourcesInvestment to develop measures where existing data are inadequate55 Positive movement

Progress ratings2130023551368Steady/no movementPositive movementNegative movementUnclear (new target)Unclear (no data)55 Positive movementAchievability ratings3240034826209Within reachOn trackUnlikelyUnclear (new target)Unclear (no data)81Achieved55 Positive movement

Community EngagementThe Plan requires the involvement of individuals, organisations and businesses beyond governmentCultivating engagement through initiatives such as RegionalisationDisaggregated data helps us to engage specific communities55 Positive movement

Growing ProsperityT1.18 Minerals production - Whole of State

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Growing ProsperityT1.18 Minerals production Region by region

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Growing ProsperityT1.18 Minerals production Region by region

55 Positive movementImproving WellbeingT2.2 Healthy weight Whole of State

55 Positive movementImproving WellbeingT2.2 Healthy weight Region by region

55 Positive movementImproving WellbeingT2.2 Healthy weight Region by region

55 Positive movementFostering Creativity and InnovationT4.4 Cultural engagement: arts events Whole of State

55 Positive movementFostering Creativity and InnovationT4.4 Cultural engagement: arts events Region by region

55 Positive movementFostering Creativity and InnovationT4.4 Cultural engagement: arts events Region by region

55 Positive movementThe PlugFact sheets and graphs for all targets:

www.saplan.org.au

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ConclusionSouth Australias Strategic Plan is a comprehensive strategy sitting at the centre of government activityCareful measurement and a commitment to public accountability is driving discipline in the public sectorFour years into a 10-year process, SAs Plan enjoys wide community support from all sectors across the state.55 Positive movementChart17.9504639111.72345019611.7234501965.86172509824.961391836.8262726115.715426859.24871772305.4151440213.0638072848.0409918340.798250552501.32909207

Minerals ProductionMillions ($)South Australian Minerals Production By Region ($ millions)

T1.15 RegionalT1.18 Minerals ProductionSource: PIRSAData:Minerals ProductionNorthern Adelaide7.95Southern Adelaide11.72Eastern Adelaide11.72Western Adelaide5.86Adelaide Hills24.96Barossa6.83Fleurieu & Kangaroo I15.72Eyre and Western9.25Far North2,305.42Limestone Coast13.06Murray and Mallee48.04Yorke and Mid North40.80South Australia2,501.33

T1.15 Regional0000000000000

Minerals ProductionMillions ($)South Australian Minerals Production By Region ($ millions)

Chart27.9504639111.72345019611.7234501965.86172509824.961391836.8262726115.715426859.24871772305.4151440213.0638072848.0409918340.798250552501.32909207

Minerals ProductionMillions ($)South Australian Minerals Production By Region ($ millions)

T1.15 RegionalT1.18 Minerals ProductionData:Minerals ProductionNorthern Adelaide7.95Southern Adelaide11.72Eastern Adelaide11.72Western Adelaide5.86Adelaide Hills24.96Barossa6.83Fleurieu & Kangaroo I15.72Eyre and Western9.25Far North2,305.42Limestone Coast13.06Murray and Mallee48.04Yorke and Mid North40.80South Australia2,501.33

T1.15 Regional

Minerals ProductionMillions ($)South Australian Minerals Production By Region ($ millions)

Chart138.344.850.844.344.941.638.235.73035.137.835.842.4

Jan 2005 - Dec 2007Per centSelf-reported Body Mass Index (BMI), normal weight, by Divisions of General Practice,18 years and over

Regional T2.2T2.2 Healthy WeightSAMSSchanges between years as the sample size in July 2002-December 2003 was much smaller than for January-December 2006.Jan 2005 - Dec 2007Northern Adelaide38.3Southern Adelaide44.8Eastern Adelaide50.8Western Adelaide44.3Adelaide Hills44.9Barossa41.6Fleurieu & Kangaroo I38.2Eyre and Western35.7Far North30.0Limestone Coast35.1Murray and Mallee37.8Yorke and Mid North35.8South Australia42.4

Regional T2.2

Jan 2005 - Dec 2007Per centSelf-reported Body Mass Index (BMI), normal weight, by Divisions of General Practice,18 years and over

Chart238.344.850.844.344.941.638.235.73035.137.835.842.4

Jan 2005 - Dec 2007Per centSelf-reported Body Mass Index (BMI), normal weight, by Divisions of General Practice,18 years and over

Regional T2.2T2.2 Healthy WeightSAMSSchanges between years as the sample size in July 2002-December 2003 was much smaller than for January-December 2006.Jan 2005 - Dec 2007Northern Adelaide38.3Southern Adelaide44.8Eastern Adelaide50.8Western Adelaide44.3Adelaide Hills44.9Barossa41.6Fleurieu & Kangaroo I38.2Eyre and Western35.7Far North30.0Limestone Coast35.1Murray and Mallee37.8Yorke and Mid North35.8South Australia42.4

Regional T2.2

Jan 2005 - Dec 2007Per centSelf-reported Body Mass Index (BMI), normal weight, by Divisions of General Practice,18 years and over

Chart131.24.34.442.44.54.553.94.24.142.143.646.13.93.525.83.73.223.843.419.33.32.719.73.32.713.73.32.813.81.21.214.335.7

AttendedProportion of respondentsAttendance at a South Australian arts event, performance or festivalwithin the last 12 months, by region, 2008

Sheet1SASP Household Survey 2008Regional breakdown of resultsAttendance at a South Australian arts event, performance or festival within the last 12 months, by region, 2008AttendedCI lowerCI upperlowerupperNorthern Adelaide31.227.435.43.84.2Southern Adelaide42.438.446.64.04.2Eastern Adelaide53.949.558.24.44.3Western Adelaide42.137.646.64.54.5Adelaide Hills46.142.050.34.14.2Barossa25.822.229.83.64.0Fleurieu & Kangaroo I.23.820.327.73.53.9Eyre and Western19.316.123.03.23.7Far North19.716.323.73.44.0Limestone Coast13.711.017.02.73.3Murray and Mallee13.811.117.12.73.3Yorke and Mid North14.311.517.62.83.3SA total35.734.536.91.21.2

Sheet14.34.44.54.54.24.143.63.93.53.73.243.43.32.73.32.73.32.81.21.2

AttendedProportion of respondentsAttendance at a South Australian arts event, performance or festivalwithin the last 12 months, by region, 2008

Sheet2

Sheet3

Chart531.24.34.442.44.54.553.94.24.142.143.646.13.93.525.83.73.223.843.419.33.32.719.73.32.713.73.32.813.81.21.214.335.7

AttendedProportion of respondentsAttendance at a South Australian arts event, performance or festivalwithin the last 12 months, by region, 2008

Sheet1SASP Household Survey 2008Regional breakdown of resultsAttendance at a South Australian arts event, performance or festival within the last 12 months, by region, 2008AttendedCI lowerCI upperlowerupperNorthern Adelaide31.227.435.43.84.2Southern Adelaide42.438.446.64.04.2Eastern Adelaide53.949.558.24.44.3Western Adelaide42.137.646.64.54.5Adelaide Hills46.142.050.34.14.2Barossa25.822.229.83.64.0Fleurieu & Kangaroo I.23.820.327.73.53.9Eyre and Western19.316.123.03.23.7Far North19.716.323.73.44.0Limestone Coast13.711.017.02.73.3Murray and Mallee13.811.117.12.73.3Yorke and Mid North14.311.517.62.83.3SA total35.734.536.91.21.2

Sheet14.34.44.54.54.24.143.63.93.53.73.243.43.32.73.32.73.32.81.21.2

AttendedProportion of respondentsAttendance at a South Australian arts event, performance or festivalwithin the last 12 months, by region, 2008

Sheet2

Sheet3

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