Upcoming IEDC Training Course: Economic Development Strategic Planning
Date: March 23 - 24, 2017
Location: Denver, Colorado
Member rate: $630, After March 10, $650
Nonmember rate: $780, After March 10, $800
CEcD Exam: Elective
This highly interactive course lets participants work in small teams to help understand the complexity of strategic planning and its challenges. Economic developers must build consensus among board members, stakeholders and the community as a whole, creating a unified vision for the future. Learn techniques to build consensus among stakeholders who represent different values and interests. Also, participants will learn the quantitative techniques used to better understand their community including: location quotients, shift share, input-output and cluster analyses.
• Stakeholder analysis, structuring participation, planning fundamentals
• Consensus building, group facilitation and conflict
• Defining geography, competitive advantage and SWOT
• Determining vision, mission, goals and objectives
See them all.
Senior Vice President
Experienced. More than 25 years of experience in public policy research and analysis
Creator. Prior to merging with Camoin Associates, Damicis built PolicyOne Research into a successful research and analysis firm.
Leader. Jim is a member of IEDC's Economic Development Research Partners (EDRP) and Current Chair of Northeastern Economic Development Association. See full bio.
Teresa Nortillo, CEcD
Vice President of Business Development and Consulting Services
Adaptable. From public to private sector, before joining StateBook, Nortillo has held positions with the United States Senate and Big 4 firm EY.
Results driven. When with the Kansas Department of Commerce, she managed and closed over $1b in capital investment projects resulting in over 20,000 jobs.
Certified. Nortillo earned the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) designation in 2002. See full bio.
TIP Strategies, Inc.
Thought Leader. Jon has written papers national economic development strategy and the future of jobs, articles on economic development marketing, and written editorials for major newspapers
Entrepreneur. Not only an economic development strategy expert, he also founded a mountain bike company.
- Collaborator. Anyone who's taken a course with Jon knows it: he values discussion and participant feedback. See full bio.
The Curtis DoubleTree by Hilton
1405 Curtis Street
Denver, CO 80202