Dr. Gus Koehler. Dr. Gus Koehler (Principal Consultant) Time Structures Adjunct Faculty (Regional and Economic Development) at the University of Southern California. Time Structures Focuses on Temporal (Time) Issues Associated with Business and Policy Development and Implementation.
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A disconnect between the velocity of government and its capacity to envision and manage complex regulatory and programmatic interventions, and the velocity of the regulated sector, producing unexpected future outcomes.
Ideally, adaptive Governance permits government to pattern an intervention to match the velocity of a regulated sector thereby achieving a desired future goal.
Faster technology churn
Rapid product development
Price and quality competition
Protection or invasion of markets
Global alliances and networks
Global availability of talent
Increased innovation globally
Converging competitive advantage of high-tech regions
Global adoption of Information and Communications technology
Regional independence conditioned multinational corporations, new forms of business networking and associated global distribution systems.Global Competition Factors Affecting Firms and Jobs
Hub: a point with multiple
links to many nodes (airport
Node: a point—person at a
party for example—having about
The same number oflinks
to another (road map)
Links: The higher the Connectivity
The less the distance, the faster the
Dispersion of information, ideas, products
50% Connectivity makes Networks grow like a Forest fire.
Think: ideas, information, and products
Technology, Trade and
Dept. of Education
TTCA, CCCO, EDD
Of An Industry Cluster
Investment Board Board