Overcoming Analysis Paralysis: Low Cost & Low Tech Tools that Work Across All Demographics

APA Kentucky Chapter

#9120436

Thursday, May 18, 2017
8:15 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. CDT

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Overview

The workshop focuses upon the use of two low-tech, interactive techniques (the “sticker dot” exercise and the “penny for your thoughts” exercise) and their application in the engagement of the public and stakeholder groups in three projects--the identification and prioritization of multiple transportation improvements along a rural 22-mile long corridor in southern Kentucky,  the prioritization of top health concerns in the development of a regional community health plan, and the statewide engagement concerning future transportation concerns and preferences for the development of the Kentucky Statewide Long-Range Transportation Plan.

Through case studies and hands-on activities, this workshop is designed to expose participants to the concept of public engagement, specifically in situations of complex issues and alternatives.

Speakers

Jeff Moore

Invited Speaker

Mr. Moore is a 1985 graduate of Western Kentucky University with a degree in Civil Engineering Technology and is currently employed as a Senior Planner for Neel-Schaffer, Inc. Prior to 2017, Mr. Moore was employed for 31 years with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District Three in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Mr ... Read More

Contact Info

Lindsay Walker, lindsay.walker@kimley-horn.com