Integrated Planning: From Colleges and Universities to Super Bowls and Statewide Commerce
June 8, 2017 | Ivy Tech Community College | Indianapolis, IN
As the past chairman and CEO of CSO Architects, a nationally recognized architecture and planning firm with extensive experience on college campuses, a former member of the City of Indianapolis Capital Improvements Board responsible for overseeing the planning and construction of Lucas Oil Stadium, a former member of the planning and host committee for Super Bowl XIII, the former president of the Indiana Economic Development Commission, and in his current role as Secretary of Commerce for the State of Indiana, Jim Schellinger has extensive experience in integrated planning. Secretary Schellinger will share his stories, experiences, and lessons learned not only in higher education but also from diverse stakeholder groups and many other complex and multi-layered institutions, initiatives, and projects he has had the opportunity to be a part of in his many roles.
Explain how integrated planning can help you manage large, complex initiatives and diverse stakeholder groups.
Compare planning large, complex events and public works projects, like the Super Bowl and Lucas Oil Stadium, to planning in higher education.
Discuss lessons learned and experiences in successful and unsuccessful planning processes.
Describe the interdependencies between higher education and economic development.