Talk:SCENARIO 1: Social Mobility

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Stage 1 – Assemble team, assemble inputs, partnerships

Which data do you need, how many years. Which inside partners within government organisations (roles). Which partners within universities: states, disciplines. Assemble data and teams.

Stage 2 – Problem discovery

Create a baseline for how the current policy is working (effectiveness, efficiency, equity), and outcomes if continued over next years. Data needed. Methodologies applied. Skills used.

Stage 3 – Solution testing Develop a strong case for the proposed policies

Demonstrate future impacts to government and the public. Data needed. Methodologies applied. Skills used. Data problems. Visualisations and interface. Can request hard infrastructure. Stage 4 – Ongoing govern

Stage 4 – Ongoing governance, monitoring and adjustments

How would a process work to monitor policy outcomes yearly. Workflow. Resources and time needed. Research opportunities.

CODA - Cashing in benefits

Your project was a success, but nobody appears to know. No ‘A’ Journal publications, your status has declined. Other government departments are only slowly getting the news. Want to keep doing this, set up a lab to repeat. How would you make a case to fund our Institute to university and government.


Isaceron

27 days ago
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One important input would be X.

Isaceron

27 days ago
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X was deprecated in book Z.

Isaceron

27 days ago
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Another important input would be Y.

Isaceron

27 days ago
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