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2011-12 Winners

1. Education in Adlabad
This simulation designed to illuminate the complexities and challenges of public administration and management in an international network setting characterized by significant ambiguity, expectations for collaboration, and divisive organizational politics.  Open this simulation.

By Tina Nabatchi 
Maxwell School, Syracuse University

Winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition

2. Balancing Competition within a Homeless Services Provider Network: Brookfield County's Continuum of Care

This simulation provides students with an opportunity to work through a common scenario that occurs among local homeless and housing service providers as they are forced to manage their complex and ongoing competition-collaboration dynamics.  Open this simulation.

By Kelly LeRoux 
University of Illinois at Chicago

Honorable Mention in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition 

3.   City Park: Community Collaboration and Rotating Facilitator Exercise

This simulation is for participants to practice skills for effective group collaboration. 
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By John B. Stephens and Ricardo S. Morse 
University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill

Honorable Mention in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition
           

2010-11 Winners

1. Little Golano
Two disputing parties must choose whether to fall into familiar patterns of competition and coercion, or to construct a collaborative process and achieve cooperative outcomes.  
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by Noam Ebner, Werner Institute of Creighton University
and Yael Efron, Zefat Academic College - School of Law; Hebrew University 

 First Place Winner 


2. An Exercise in Environmental Collaborative Planning
Provides students with the experience of working in a contentious, collaborative environment, similar to “real world” collaborative efforts, to develop a site development plan.  
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by Mike George
    University of Nebraska 

 Honorable Mention Winner


3. Mapping Network Structure in Complex Community Collaboratives
Designed to help students develop a key skill in terms of collaboration: the ability to visualize and map a network of relationships, followed by decision making.  
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by Mark Davis and Danielle Varda 
    University of Colorado

 Honorable Mention Winner

2009-10 Winners 

1. Addressing ELCA: An Exercise in Designing and Facilitating Stakeholder Processes
Provides the experience of designing and facilitating a citizen/stakeholder meeting that occurs in the early stages of a long-term collaborative project process in which economic, environmental and social interests converge.  
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by  Rob Alexander
    Rochester Institute of Technology

 Winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition


 2. Collaboration Gone Awry: A Struggle for Power and Control over Service Delivery in the Non-Profit Sector. A Simulation — Exploring Perspectives of Individual Collaborating Organizations.
Inter-organizational collaboration where several nonprofit and government agencies come together to develop and implement a streamlined first response protocol.  
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by Melissa Brazil and Eli Teram  
    Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

 Honorable Mention in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition  

 2008 Winners 

1. Strategic Network Management in a Community Collaborative: A Simulation
The Network Theory and Social Network Analysis (SNA) are applied in this simulation to examine the organizational networks in public health partnerships.   
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by Danielle M. Varda
    University of Colorado- Denver

First Place winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition


2.  Emergency Management & Homeland Security: Interagency Collaboration- Emergency!
Six-party negotiation among public officials to develop a plan to use federal funds for emergency preparedness, agree on an on-going relationship, and develop a press strategy.  
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by David E. Booher and Adam Sutkus
    Center for Collaborative Policy, California State University Sacramento

 Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition  


 3. Developing a Young Professionals Network for the Arts:  Teaching Notes 
Allows students to think through the process of creating a network from the ground up using an 8-step network building process. 
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by Thomas A. Bryer and Kristin N. Stewart
    University of Central Florida

 Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition 


4. Revising the Worker Protection Standards Negotiated Rulemaking Exercise
Based on an actual negotiated rule-making from the 1980s by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for Worker Protection Standards.
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by Alma Lowry
   Syracuse University 

Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition

2007 Winners

 1. Collaborative Design of Citizen Engagement in City and County Comprehensive Planning: A Simulation
Allows students to experience a collaborative problem solving process, to explore the challenges of public managers collaborating with the public, and to teach facilitation skills.  
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by Thomas A. Bryer
   University of Central Florida

First Place winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition


 2. Creating a Community Partnership
Students are asked to craft a proposal that reflects the goal of the collaboration, explains how the partnership will be structured, how the network will be managed, what governance issues are likely to arise, and how success will be measured.
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by Keith Provan and Brint Milward
   University of Arizona

Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition


 3. Collaborative Solutions to Transportation, Land Use and Community Design Issues:  The City of Chance and Lucky Highway 13
Local government official, highway officials, business representatives, and community protection advocates are asked to develop a concensus agreement, with the intent to satisfy as many interests as possible.
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by  Jeff Loux
   University of California, Davis

Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition


 4.  Tobacco Settlement Distribution Simulation
State officials negotiate in a network comprised of other public organizations, concerned taxpayers, policy advocates, and elected officials how to allocate a major settlement from a tobacco company.
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by Linda Blessing and Bette F. DeGraw
   Arizona State University

 Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition


 5.  Converging!
This simulation stimulates students to work on interest-based collaborative problems paralleling the Israeli-Palsetinian conflict. 
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by Noam Ebner and Yael Efron
   Tachlit Mediation and Negotiation Training, Israel

Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition 


 6.  Restoration of the Wic-Wac Valley Simulation
Collaborative problem solving endeavor which addresses perceived environmental and economic issues related to decommissioning a dam and land use conflicts.
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by  Jeff Loux
   University of California, Davis

Honorable mention winner in our Best Teaching Simulation Competition 


 

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