The Basic Course - Case Study Intro

The Basic Course - Case Study Intro

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Mark Lautman

July 19, 2020
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  1. 1 P a g e 2020 Case Study Introduction Sunday

    July 19,2020
  2. 2 P a g e 2020 Case Introduction • Case

    Purpose and Objectives • Case Schedule and interaction protocols • Special Seminar Opportunities • Objectives – Getting to the bottom line • Final project • Reading: • Las Cruces-DAC Backgrounder • Glossary • Las Cruces-DAC May 2020 report and power point • Advisor introductions • Class member self introductions
  3. 3 P a g e 2020 Case Study Schedule Sun

    7.19 3:25 – 4:25 60 min Introduction Tue 7.21 2:00 – 4:00 120 min Coherence Tues 7.28 2:00- 4:00 120 min Needs Wed 8.5 2:00 -4:00 120 min Potential – Program Theaters Tue 8.11 2:00 -4:00 120 min Program Potential Tue 8.18 2:00- 4:00 120 min Factors of Production Tue 8.25 2:00- 4:00 120 min Planning Implications Wed 8.26 11 pm Final Projects Due Fri 8.28 9:00- 11:00 120 min Final Session
  4. 4 P a g e 2020 Project Final • Your

    final assignment will be to summarize what you believe it will take for the community to get back to full employment. • You may organize into teams of five or fewer or do it on your own. • Your course advisor will be available throughout the course to help with any aspects of this assignment.
  5. 5 P a g e 2020 Project Final You are

    to develop a power point slide stack that reports on the following conclusions: 1. Community Job Creation Needs - Estimate How many economic base jobs you will need to create in the next 5 years for your community to get back to full employment. Briefly explain what economic base jobs are, why they are important and how you arrived at the number. 2. Job Creation Potential - How many new economic base jobs could be created during the planning period with a reasonable amount of public and private sector support? Briefly explain how you arrived at the estimate? 3. Factor of Production Gaps – What factors of production gaps will need to be cured for the community’s goals to be reached? Briefly list them and choose one to explain the consequences of failing to cure it. 4. Apparatus Changes - What changes do you believe must be made to your community’s job creation program apparatus to have a chance of meeting your goals? Summarize your recommendations on a single power point slide.
  6. 6 P a g e 2020 Project Final • The

    final project assignment is due Wednesday August 26th. • Several presentations will be selected to present on the final day of the course Friday August 28th.
  7. 7 P a g e 2020 Case Introduction • Case

    Purpose and Objectives • Case Schedule and interaction protocols • Special Seminar Opportunities • Objectives – Getting to the bottom line • Final project • Reading: • Las Cruces-DAC Backgrounder • Glossary • Las Cruces-DAC May 2020 report and power point • Advisor introductions • Class member self introductions