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[Training Program Guide] Urban Management 130913

  1. 1. Urban Management Training Program Overview September 23-27, 2013 at SHRDC in Seoul, Korea May 2013 1
  2. 2. Contents 1. Program Overview 1-1) 1-2) 1-3) 1-4) Agenda Schedule Facilitators & Lecturers Site Visits 4 6 7 9 2.Participant Information 2-1) City Paper Guideline 2-2) Accommodation & Meals 2-3) Transportation 2-4) Useful Information 11 13 14 15 3. Appendix 3-1) Seoul Human Resource Development Center 3-2) Metropolis 3-3) Seoul Metropolitan Government 2
  3. 3. 1. Program Overview 1. Program Overview 1-1) 1-2) 1-3) 1-4) Agenda Schedule Facilitators & Lecturers Site Visits 3
  4. 4. 1-1) Program Agenda ■ Introduction • The program offers managerial-level public officials of Metropolis member cities a unique opportunity not only to learn Seoul’s best practice regarding urban management but also to practice knowledge transfer through “Action Learning” sessions. Title Urban Management for a Safe and Sustainable Eco-City Date • 5 Days, 23-27September, 2013 (※7 nights & 8 days inclusive of arrival and departure dates) Venue Participants Qualification • Seoul Human Resource Development Center(SHRDC) of Seoul Metropolitan Government(SMG) • 15 participants in total (1~2 people from each city) • Managerial-level public officials in charge of urban management or related fields recommended by the head of a local government • English speaking participants • Officials admissible to Korea • Officials with no experience in organized by SHRDC ■ Definition - Urban Management • In this program, “Urban Management” shall be defined as a set of administrative instruments, activities, tasks and functions so that a city can be managed smoothly. Urban management assures that basic urban services are provided for the population and the various private, public and community stakeholders to perform and maximize their intrinsic roles in a harmonic manner. (1) Particularly, in Urban management for a Safe and Sustainable Eco-City, participants will explorer a series of best practices and cases where successful measures and policies for a safe and sustainable eco-city have been demonstrated. (1) Urban Management: an introductory note , Claudio Acioly Jr, Head Capacity Development Unit , UN-HABITAT 4
  5. 5. 1-1) Program Agenda ■ Purpose • To provide participants with comprehensive explanations and best practices of Seoul’s urban management policy and in-depth discussion of specific urban management policy for a safe and sustainable eco-city and cases of the respective participants through the “Action Learning” methodology. • To ensure strong cooperative relations between Seoul and Metropolis member cities in the field of urban management by sharing and transferring knowledge, technology and information. ■ Curriculum & Structure • The program is comprised of 4 modules. Module 1 will give general ideas and challenges of urban management in major metropolises. In Module 2, two facilitators will engage participants in exchanging cases, group discussions as well as team learning through the “Action Learning” methodology • Following 3 days, through Module 3 & 4, based on Kolb’s Learning Cycle, participants will have opportunities to learn best practices of Seoul’s urban management policy by categories such as safety management and to experience related sites and fields. Module 3 will be the case study of Seoul’s best policy in a sustainable city . In Module 4, there will be a site visit or field trips of cases introduced in Module 3. Action Learning Cycle Action Learning Cycle for Module 2 Kolb’s Learning Cycle for Module 3 & 4 5
  6. 6. 1-2) Program Schedule ■ Provisional Program Schedule (TBC) Date Time 23 Sept 13 Mon 9-10 Opening Ceremony & Orientation 10-11 11-12 Module 1 (PART I) Current status & forecast of world's major metropolises' urban management Lunch 13-14 Module 1 (PART I) Current status & forecast of world's major metropolises' urban management 15-16 16-17 17-18 Module 2 (PART II) Dr. JM Song UOS Lunch Module 2 (PART III) Action Learning & Group Discussion Dr. JM Song UOS Module 2 (PART I) Sharing challenges and best practice Participants' Presentation 25 Sept 13 Wed Module 3 Urban Management Case Study 26 Sept 13 Thur Module 3 Continued (CASE I) Policy Direction of Seoul for Safety (CASE II) Landslide Mitigation Management for Disaster Prevention & Safety Dr. SY SHIN Seoul Institute Dr.YS Bae Seoul Institute Lunch Lunch Transfer Sharing challenges and best practice of Seoul Dr. JM Song UOS 12-13 14-15 24 Sept 13 Tue Transfer Module 4 Study Visit I (Cheonggye stream) Module 4 Study Visit IV (Bukchon Village) Study Visit II (Seoul History Museum) Module 4 Study Visit V (Namsan Village) Module 2 (PART IV) Action Learning Wrap-up Study Visit III (Han River Cruise) 27 Sept 13 Fri Module 3 Continued (CASE III) Urban Planning of Seoul Mr.JJ Lee Seoul Metropolitan Government Farewell Luncheon Overall Wrap-up Action Plan (Group Work) Dr.WS Kim Seoul Institute Closing Ceremony Group Debrief & Evaluation 6
  7. 7. 1-3) Facilitators & Lecturers ■ Facilitators Dr. Jaemin Song Department of Urban Planning and Design University of Seoul, Seoul, Korea Dr. Song had a mater’s degree in technology and policy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Cambridge, MA, USA. She received her doctoral degree at MIT as well. She worked as a visiting research assistant at the sustainable development lab of Technical University of Berlin in Berlin, Germany. She also has various experience in a filed of climate change. She worked as a research assistant for a joint program on the science and policy of climate change at MIT. She served at a Sustainable Development Department, East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank, located in Washington DC, USA. Tulsi Ram Bhusal (Jason) Department of Public Administration Planning and Design University of Seoul, Seoul, Korea Jason is a dynamic and result-oriented teacher committed to inculcating a passion for learning. He has a strong talent to develop and implements a creative, hands-on curriculum that reaches every student’s learning style and ability. Jason is a program manager for with Seoul Metropolitan Government’s Seoul Filed Trip for UOS’s MPA program. Jason got his doctoral degree in public administration at UOS. University of Seoul, UOS is reported the best value public university in Korea with the highest financial investment per student and the highest rate of scholarship recipients. UOS is famous for a great number of alumni working as national or municipal government officials. UOS specialized in College of Urban Science and has top-tier programs of environmental engineering, taxation, and urban administration. 7
  8. 8. 1-3) Facilitators & Lecturers ■ Lecturers Dr. WoonSoo Kim Senior Research Fellow Research Center of Clean Sky Seoul Seoul Institute Seoul, Korea As a senior research fellow of SI, Dr.Kim worked as Director of Department of Urban Environment, Director of Research Center of Cheonggye Stream Restoration. He graduated Graduate School of Environmental Studies of Seoul National University. He studied at Ohio State University, Columbus, OHIO for his Ph.D of Urban and Regional Planning (Environmental Planning and Management) Dr. SY Shin Senior Research Fellow Seoul Institute Seoul, Korea Dr.Shin previously worked as research assistant at Texas Transportation Institute. He is member of Central Urban Planning Committee. He graduated Seoul National University. He studied at Texas A&M, for his Ph.D of Urban and Regional Planning Dr. YS Bae Senior Research Fellow Seoul Institute Seoul, Korea Dr. Bae graduated Utah State University and worked as researcher at Korean Maritime Institute. The Seoul Institute (SI) is a non-profit and independent research organization established and supported by Seoul Metropolitan Government. The main task of SI is to contribute to the development of urban policies and administration for Seoul, through systematic surveys and studies on various problems arising from the enlarged urban fields in the Seoul Metropolitan City. 8
  9. 9. 1-4) Site Visits ■ Site Visits Cheonggye stream Before After Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project, a two-year restoration process that played a pivotal role in Seoul's future vision of an environment-friendly urban space. Visit to Cheonggye stream and Cheonggye museum will offer participants the chance to learn about the stream's turbulent history, from being buried underground to being restored. The stream helps to cool down the temperature on the nearby areas by 3.6 degrees centigrade. Bukchon Village Bukchon Hanok Village is a Korean traditional village with a long history located between Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace and Jongmyo Royal Shrine. The traditional village is composed of lots of alleys, Hanok, Korean traditional houses, and is preserved to show a 600-year-old urban environment. In the 2000s, Bukchon was transformed into a place where a contemporary society and tradition coexist. During this time, people added modern architectural elements to the traditional Hanoks in Bukchon. Bukchon will showcase another approach and paradigm for a sustainable urban management. 9
  10. 10. 2.Participant Information 2.Participant Information 2-1) City Paper Guideline 2-2) Accommodation & Meals 2-3) Transportation 2-4) Useful Information 10
  11. 11. 2-1) City Paper Guidelines ■ City Paper Topic: Case Study on Urban Management Each participant is required to submit a material for presentation of an individual city on the above topic. You are expected to write a paper on a specific policy or project implementation cases in your city. You need to put a specific title on your paper indicating its characteristics and contents. Presentation Material must be submitted to SHRDC on the 1st day of training ■ General Guidelines for Writing a Paper Followings are general guidelines to write the city paper. The purpose of writing and presenting the paper is to share your experiences (success, failure, strategy, and so forth) with other participants. From other participants’ presentations, each of you may get some ideas and strategies that can be applied to similar issues you may face later. (1) For writing the paper, please use MS PowerPoint software. It is supposed to be 9 page-long with the font size of 20-24. Keep in mind that you will be given only 10 minutes for a presentation (8 minutes for a presentation and 2 minutes for Q&A). Additional time cannot be allocated to each participant. because there are usually 10 to 15 participants, (2) Accordingly, you need to narrow down the topic and scope of your paper. (3) Point out key issues: Do not explain all the details. Please do not explain about your city. Most important parts are as follows: ⅰ) goals of the project ⅱ) obstacles in the process of planning and implementation ⅲ) key strategies to overcome those obstacles and difficulties of the project ⅳ) achievements and failures of the project ⅴ) lessons and implications (4) Do NOT use too many graphs nor pictures for the presentation. For example, when explaining an official and institutional (governmental) structure, please show one-page-long organizational chart. It helps understand others and save time. 11
  12. 12. 2-1) City Paper Guidelines ■ A Model for a City Paper Your paper is expected to include the following components. Following is a model. That is, you can modify it as far as your paper mentions following contents. Introduction of your city and organization (1 page) Briefly introduce your city and organization. Focus on the major characteristics and some aspects which are closely related to your topic. Problem Identification (1 page) Identify the title and goal of the policy (or project) and the reason why that policy (or project) was planned and implemented. Background of the Policy Project (1 page) This part is to provide brief explanation about the policy (or project). It is expected to include followings: ⅰ) brief explanation of the policy (or project): goal, duration, budget, and other things ⅱ) brief introduction of your organization's function and relations with national (or regional) government and other institutions ⅲ) general characteristics of a target area or population ⅳ) stake-holders of the policy (or project) Key Issues of the Project Implementation (2 pages) In this part, you are expected to specify key issues in the process of planning and implementation. Included are as follows: ⅰ) Obstacles and difficulties of the policy (or project) ⅱ) Interests and conflicts among stake-holders: for example a national government, a regional (or local) government, NGOs, citizens, private corporations and so forth ⅲ) Favorable and unfavorable conditions related to the policy (or project) Key Strategies for Success of the Project (3 pages) In this part, you are supposed to explain how to overcome or resolve the following key Issues; obstacles and difficulties, interests and conflicts, and favorable and unfavorable conditions. You need to clarify the followings: ⅰ) your (or your team's or your organization's) role in solving the problem ⅱ) important strategies or policy tools you have employed in the process ⅲ) creative ideas and policy actions, new management techniques or technologies used in the process ⅳ) how to persuade or to compromise different interests among stake-holders Lessons & Implications (1 page) To conclude, you are recommended to draw some lessons and implications of your cases for other participants. ⅰ) what you have achieved and what you have missed in the policy (or project) ⅱ) good strategies and policy tools that can be applied to other similar cases ⅲ) policy recommendations for the future 12
  13. 13. 2-2) Accommodation & Meals ■ Accommodation & Meals During the course, you are going to stay in Seoul Palace Hotel which is 30 minutes away from the Seoul Human Resource Development Center. During the stay we provide each of you with meals and hotel rooms. You can check in after 12:00 p.m. at the hotel and check out, you should check out by 14:00 p.m. - Arrival Day (Sunday): we will provide you with dinner at the hotel buffet restaurant. During the training program from Monday to Friday , we will provide lunch and dinner - Saturday: if you stay at the hotel on Saturday, you can have lunch and dinner at the hotel buffet restaurants with coupons - Departure Day (Sunday): We do not provide lunch and dinner. However, you can have breakfast at the hotel buffet restaurant before you check out. ■ Seoul Palace Hotel Opened on June 1982, Gangnam, with a view of the Han river, Seoul Palace is located at the center of Seoul’s business and financial district. The hotel’s location offers access to convenient transportation with the Express Bus Terminal station (subway lines 3, 7, 9) only a 5 minute walk away. The nearby mega-shopping complex Central City is home to department stores and a variety of cultural experiences. N Seoul Palace Hotel to Incheon Airport : approx. 60km. 1hr 20min Hotel to Seoul City Hall : 11.5km. 35min World Cup Park Seoul City Hall Central Downtown Incheon Airport Seoul Palace Hotel Gangnam SHRDC Address : 160 Sapyeong-daero. Seocho-go, Korea Banpo-dong) Contact No +82-2-532-5000 homepage : www.seoulpalace.co.kr 13
  14. 14. 2-3) Transportation ■ Transportation from the Airport When you arrive at the Incheon International Airport and get out of the exit, you can find an international taxi driver (the taxi color is orange) holding a picket with your name on it. He will drive you to the hotel (Seoul Palace Hotel) where you are going to stay during the course. You don’t have to pay for the taxi fare because we will cover the taxi fare. If you fail to meet the taxi driver, you can directly go to the international taxi information desk. Location: arrival hall (first floor), lobby between gate no. 4 and gate no. 5 (Tel: 1644-2255) It will be appreciated if you get out of the arrival gate and find a driver holding a picket as soon as you pick up your luggage because there will be an extra charge if you make a driver wait for you for too long. Please let us know your flight details at least 10days prior to the beginning. ■ Transportation from Hotel to SHRDC 1. Pre-meeting : On Sunday 22nd at 6:00 p.m We will have a meeting at 6:00 pm, Sunday 22nd at the restaurant ‘Stone Plate’ on the 1st floor of the hotel. Our staff will be there. 2. Departure Time from Hotel to SHRDC The Seoul Human Resource Development Center's staff will pick you up every morning from Monday to Friday. Please refer to time when the staff pick you up at hotel lobby as follows Date Time Attire Event 9.23 (Mon) 09:00 Business Casual Action Learning Seminar 9.24 (Tue) 08:40 Business Casual Action Learning Seminar 9.25 (Wed) 08:40 Casual Field Trip(Site Visits) 9.26 (Thu) 08:40 Casual Field Trip(Site Visits) 9.27 (Fri) 08:40 Formal Attire Certificate Ceremony 14
  15. 15. 2-4) Useful Information ■ Weather and Attire In September, the average temperature ranges from 20 ~29 degrees. Participants can wear casually in trainings, but formal suites for the certificate ceremony. ■ Mobile Phone Roaming & Internet You can rent a roaming phone at the Incheon International airport. You can use the wi-fi internet at the classroom where you will listen to lectures in our center. 3 laptops with free internet access will be placed at the classroom. ■ Money Exchange We will give you time to exchange your money to Korean Won on Monday. You need your passport to exchange it. ■ Airfare Refund Please give us the original receipt and copy of your air ticket on Monday for refund. ■ USB for City Paper Presentation Please bring your USB to upload your presentation file onto the computer in the lecture room. ■ Transportation Card We will give you T-money card, which is transportation card with 5,000 Korean Won recharged. (Transportation fee for one trip: around 1,100 Korean Won) You can use the card during your stay in Seoul for your personal use of buses, taxis or subways. ■ Souvenir If you have souvenirs, please take it when you leave the hotel in the morning on Friday. We will have time to exchange souvenir during the certificate ceremony. ■ Contact Information SHRDC Staff : Ms. Gina Cheon (Interpreter) : 82-10-3832-9340 Ms. Miran Park (Interpreter) : 82-10-7159-6644 Seoul Palace Hotel: 82(national area code) - 2(regional code) - 533-6765 (front desk) SHRDC Global Learning Team Nambusunhwan-ro 340-gil 58 (Seocho-dong 391), Seocho-gu, Seoul Phone: 82 2 3488 2059 ∙ Fax: 82 2 3488 2346 E-mail: shrdcinfo@gmail.com 15
  16. 16. 3. Appendix 3. Appendix 3-1) Seoul Human Resource Development Center 3-2) Metropolis 3-3) Seoul Metropolitan Government 16
  17. 17. 3-1) SHRDC ■ Seoul Human Resource Development Center (SHRDC) Established in 1962, the Seoul Human Resource Development Center is an institute to provide training programs, promotion and recruitment exams for the public officials of the Seoul Metropolitan Government and its 25 self-governing districts. The best practices and policies of Seoul have been developed into training programs not only for the benefits of Seoul citizens but for those of the all metropolis members. On Oct. 25, 2008, the Center was officially accredited as the Metropolis International Institute Asian Center. As the Asian Center, the SHRDC has run numbers of training programs for approximately 200 people from member cities in the Asian region over the past five years, contributing to the development of good administrative practices while promoting cross-border cooperation. After 5 years of a successful operation of the Asian center, the headquarter of Metropolis International Institute is moved from Montreal to Seoul in accordance with the decision made at the Metropolis Board of Directors’ meeting held in Guangzhou, China on Nov. 17, 2012. Followed by the MOU signing in May 2013, the new headquarters will be open in 2014, and be responsible for planning and operating training programs for member cities as well as communicating with Regional Centers. 17
  18. 18. 3-2) Metropolis ■ Metropolis (World Association of the Major Metropolises) Metropolis is the leading international association embracing cities and metropolitan regions of more than a million inhabitants. Founded in 1984, the Metropolis Association represented by 121 members from across the world operates international forums to explore issues common to all large cities and metropolitan regions. Metropolis is also the Metropolitan Section of United Cities Local Governments. ■ Metropolis International Training Institute (MITI) The principal mission of the Metropolis International Institute is to strengthen the institutional and professional capacities of local and metropolitan authorities and their leaders for a better public governance. The SHRDC, as the headquarter of Metropolis International Training Institute, is expected to have more opportunities to share Seoul’s policies and to provide training programs to all members of Metropolis with various subjects including welfare, culture, environment, transportation and e-government in cooperation with regional centers. 18
  19. 19. 3-3) SMG ■ Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) Seoul Metropolitan Government is the administrative organization of Seoul City. Located to the west of the central region of the Korean Peninsula, Seoul, the capital city of the Republic of Korea, has been the center of the country in its long history from the prehistoric era to the present day. In Seoul, Korea’s traditional and modern cultures coexist. Geographically, it is an extraordinary example of a good location, as mountains, rivers and urban spaces all combine to produce a picture-perfect city. As of the end of 2012, Seoul had a population of 10,442,426 people of a total of 4,177,970 households. This represented roughly a quarter of the population of the Republic of Korea, despite the small size of the city accounting for less than 1 percent of the country’s area. The city held the limelight worldwide in June 2002, when jointly hosting the World Cup finals best characterized by the national squad’s miraculous advancement to the semifinals and a nationwide cheering campaign of the “red devils”. The tremendous red-clad crowds which gathered at Seoul Plaza to root for the South Korean team impressed the whole world with their pure enthusiasm and passion, which they radiated for the country they represented. 19
  20. 20. May 2013 Metropolis International Training Institute 20

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