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CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
CSUN | Tseng | MPA632B - U.S. N.E.I.L.A.
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Final PowerPoint presentation for MPA632B, Strategic Planning.

Final PowerPoint presentation for MPA632B, Strategic Planning.

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  • 1. National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration STRATEGIC PLAN June 22, 2012 Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi CSUN | Tseng College | MPA632B
  • 2. CONTENTS  Overview  Stakeholder Analysis  Vision  Mission  Values  SWOT Analysis  Strategic Issues  Goals and Objectives  Implementation and MonitoringNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 2 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 3. OVERVIEW Our leaders have already advised us… it’s now time to listen.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 3 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 4. OVERVIEW  Established in 2012  Enacted by Executive Order #12212012, as a result of direct contact by Extraterrestrial Life  Governments could no longer cover-up the truth  Ordered NASA to stop cover up, and formed separate Administration reporting directly to “POTUS”.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 4 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 5. STAKEHOLDERS INTERNAL:  Employees - Both earthlings and E.T.’s  Public/Political Officials - U.S. President, Governor, Oversight Committee, E.T. Leaders  Taxpayers - Source of FundingNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 5 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 6. STAKEHOLDERS (CONT.) EXTERNAL:  Public/E.T. Citizens – Including those both open and not open to forging new relationships, including future generations  Media – All types of media  Other Nations/Other Planets – Both Friendly and not so friendly  Religious Organizations – May have challenges accepting new relationships due to historic biasesNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 6 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 7. STAKEHOLDERS (CONT.) HIGH • Media • Religious Orgs. • Political Officials • Other Nations & Planets Power/ Influence • Unknown species • Public • Future Generations • Employees LOW HIGH InterestNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 7 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 8. VISION Achieve Intergalactic harmony.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 8 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 9. MISSION Promote ongoing peaceful cooperation between earthlings and extraterrestrials by facilitating the free flow of knowledge, technology, and culture between them.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 9 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 10. VALUES  Respect for Diversity: We value the uniqueness of every individual, species, and their perspective.  Galactic peace: We want to promote peace all around the galaxy; no wars welcome.  Mutual knowledge sharing: Seeking and expanding our understanding of universal trust in science and technology among all species.  Open-mindedness: We are receptive to new and different ideas or the opinions of others.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 10 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 11. VALUES  Making a difference: We look for ways that it can improve the lives and experience of those we come into contact with.  Free trade of technology and cultural experience: We welcome exchanges in areas of technology and cultural knowledge all around the galaxy.  Integrity: We act with honesty and integrity; not compromising the truth, never!National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 11 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 12. SWOT - OVERVIEW INTERNAL EXTERNAL STRENTGHS OPPORTUNITIES  Supported  Change of Mindset  Mandated  Advanced Technologies  History  Economic Development  New Frontiers  Expansion of Knowledge  Visionary Leadership  Awareness  Assistance WEAKNESSES THREATS  Lack of Experience  Competition  Secrecy  Discredit  Limited funding  Media bias  Mass panic  Mass panicNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 12 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 13. SWOT - STRENGTHS  Supported by the President of the United States  Mandated by Alien Species  History of Alien Contact  New Frontier of Human Exploration and Evolution  The Leaders of N.E.I.L.A. are visionaryNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 13 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 14. SWOT - WEAKNESSES  Lack of Social and Cultural  Overcoming stigmas Experience and prejudices (We are not the only intelligent  Secrecy species)  Government  Competing hostile nations  Technology (Russia and China)  Military  Biases and Beliefs  Limited funding (Religious / Anti-alien)  U.S. Economy  Vulnerability  Global Economy  Credibility  Mass panicNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 14 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 15. SWOT - OPPORTUNITIES  Transforming the mindset - e.g. the earth is no longer “alone”  Advanced technologies in all areas  Economic development  Expansion of general knowledge  Interspecies Awareness/cultural exchange  Assistance in becoming better stewards of the earth & the universeNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 15 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 16. SWOT - THREATS  Hostile species  Interspecies mistrust  Split in NEILA’ s agency goals  Lack of support from funding sourcesNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 16 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 17. SWOT – THREATS (CONT.)  Competition from other countries  Discrediting by religious institutions  Media bias  Mass panicNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 17 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 18. STRATEGIC ISSUES 1) How can we avert mass panic and annihilation? 2) How do we deal with the fears of individuals and organizations? 3) How can we peacefully integrate human and extraterrestrial species?National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 18 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 19. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES • GOAL: AVERT MASS PANIC WITHIN THE HUMAN SPECIES.  OBJECTIVE: By December 2013, the Media Relations Department will have one formal media press release kit sent to all major television, newspaper and online media outlets across the United States.  OBJECTIVE: The Media Relations Department will run encouraging and positive public service announcements across all major local television and online media outlets in the United States, once a day, every day for the next 3 years.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 19 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 20. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES • GOAL: DEVELOP ONGOING DIALOG WITH THE COMMUNITY TO PREVENT FEAR.  OBJECTIVE: By January 2013, an Outreach team of 100 individuals will make 10 phone calls per day, until the team has reached out and educated 80% of all religious organizations in the United States.  OBJECTIVE: By January 2013, 1,000 volunteers in every major city with a population over 100,000 will make 1 presentation per day to 80% of all religious organizations in the United States.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 20 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 21. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES • GOAL: PEACEFULLY INTEGRATE EXTRATERRESTRIALS AND HUMANS.  OBJECTIVE: The Department of Integration will emigrate 1 million human volunteers to at least 2 other planets by August 2017.  OBJECTIVE: The Department of Integration will emigrate 100 extraterrestrials in each major city with a population over 100,000 every year for the next five years.National Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 21 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 22. IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING • Ongoing Meetings:  Weekly Staff Meetings  Quarterly Stakeholder Meetings  Daily Community Presentations  Quarterly Congressional Hearings  Weekly NSA Meetings • Creation of a Master Calendar • Daily Public Outreach • Quarterly Strategic Planning Meetings • ISO 9000 Certified Process Management InfrastructureNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration Slide 22 | June 8, 2012STRATEGIC PLAN Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi
  • 23. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERSNational Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Life Administration (N.E.I.L.A.) June 22, 2012 Shepherd, Ramirez, Butalia, Lewis, & Babasi CSUN | Tseng College | MPA632B

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