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      1. Strategic Planning & Performance Measurement
      2. Smart Cities

      Strategic Planning & Performance Measurement- Mashhad, Iran 10-13 October, 2013
      Context:
      The course outline for Strategic Planning & Performance Measurement
      Strategic Planning Vision Statement

      Introduction to the Theory of Strategic Planning
          - An over view of different opinions about strategic planning and the general process
          - Vision, Mission and Goal
      Strategic Planning Technical Analysis
         - Review of environmental and internal factors
         - Analysis of factors and techniques
         - Different types of strategies and how to defining them
      Strategic Planning Performance Measurement
         - Different methods of defining action plans
         - Defining strategic & action plan indicators
      Case studies
         - Mashhad
         - Other cities

      Objectives:
      To determine the future direction (vision and mission) of the urban organizations

      Target public:

      •  Policy makers
      • Managers

      Local professionals

      Pedagogic approach:
      Review of existing methodology and cities examples. Students will also have to evaluate what they already know to optimize the sessions.
      Language:
      English & Persian
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      Smart Cities- Mashhad, Iran 10-13 October, 2013
      Context:
      The course outline for Smart Cities      

         1- Introduction to Smart cities

           1.1 Overview

              1.2 Background

              1.3 Purpose and Goal

          2- Differences between E-government and Smart city

          3- Smart Cities service development Framework

              3.1 Proof of concept

          4- Smart City Components Architecture

             4.1 Urban Planning and Smart Cities

             4.2 Smart Cities Critical Infrastructure

             4.3 Smart City readines


             4.4 Case Study: Seoul as a smart city

             4.5 Pro and Cons of Smart City

       

             5.1What Is Web 2.0 and Social Media?

             5.2 Web 2.0 Applications and Services

             5.3 Citizens as Participative & Idea Generating Forces

             5.4 Web 2.0 and Digital Citizenship

             5.5 Relationship between Citizens and Local Councils through Web 2.0 (Example: Wollongong City Council)

             5.6 Citizens Journalism via Web 2.0 Tools

             5.7 Web 2.0 Best Practices for Senior Citizens

             5.8 17 Examples of Web 2.0 and Government Innovation

       

      Objectives:

      •  To get knowledge of using ICTs to improve the cities’ capacity
      •  To give an insight into inclusive and sustainable cities

      Target public:

      •  Policy makers
      • Managers
      •  Local professionals

      Pedagogic approach:
      Review of existing methodology and cities examples. Students will also have to evaluate what they already know to optimize the sessions.
      Language:
      English & Persian

       

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