Dual Paradigms in Economic Development
First, I want to thank you for taking part in this IEDC Strategic Planning course. Some slide decks I presented for a prior class in Atlanta, along with tools I referred to during the course, are below. Additional details on my background and work at Camoin is available here.
If you are interested in more Strategic Planning material that demonstrates how some of the topics that we covered are used in practice, I invite you to sign up for Camoin Associates' Economic Development Navigator by clicking here. The spirit of the Navigator is to exchange information and ideas with a community of engaged economic development practitioners and partner all learning together for the betterment of our communities. The Navigator is put together by Camoin staff and special contributors on a monthly basis and offers insight on trends and topics relevant to the field. I encourage you to check out past issues of the Navigator here.
Some Navigator resources you might find interesting:
Additional articles in the field of Strategic Planning & Doing are listed below. And if you're still on the fence about becoming a certified economic developer, one of our Senior Economic Development Analysts, Christa Franzi, has put together 4 Reasons Why You SHOULD NOT Work in Economic Development. If you're still on board after that, please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have about the course or any other economic development topics.
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