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Smart Cities and Local Economic Developments

Date: 23 July 2018 - 27 July 2018
Course ID: ADDS039/2018
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US$ - VAT is not included: 4950 US$
Venue: Düsseldorf / Germany
Category: Leadership, Management, Strategy, HR and Soft Skills, BIM Engineering (Building Information Modeling), Architectural, Urban, and Landscape Engineering, LEED, Green, Environment and Sustainability

Introduction:

This week relies on the use of interactive public-sector case studies to demonstrate the different components of effective innovation in the public sector. In addition, this course utilizes individual debriefs, group discussions, role-playing, and presentations as well as best practice benchmarks from different countries.

LED in different contexts, During the course, you will learn about different approaches to accommodate the different needs of urban and rural contexts as well as local economic and social development in least-developed and post-conflict states. Furthermore, you will become familiar with strategies and tools to support decent work and human rights and include vulnerable and marginalized groups, such as women and youth, in the local economy. There will be ample opportunity to bring in experiences from your own local context.

LED in practice, during study visits, the instructor will talk about long-term economic strategy and show projects supporting entrepreneurs in Dusseldorf. a knowledge center for innovation, information, and inspiration in glasshouse horticulture.

Who should attend:

Professionals involved in local economic development processes, including development workers, officials working for municipalities, regional governments, and ministries, as well as development banks.

Daily Outlines:

• Support the need for public sector organizations to better create, improve and adapt to the implementation of innovation systems

• List the stages of innovation needed to positively impact public sector policy decisions

• Apply human-centered design principles to public sector policies and procedures

• Outline different benchmarks of successful smart cities around the world

• Identify the crucial innovation blocks needed for a mature public-sector innovation system

• Assess the economic and political context for regional development;

• Identify challenges and opportunities for strengthening the local economy and job creation together with stakeholders at local, regional and national level;

• Develop approaches for strategic local economic planning;

• Become acquainted with practical tools for supporting the local economy.

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