The Community Economics Laboratory and Collective Intelligence Group will convene a three-day Charrette held October 8-10 at Dekker Perich Sabatini, located in Albuquerque, NM at 7601 Jefferson NE, 87109.

The theme for this Charrette is “Embracing the wickedness: tackling the hardest problems with economic and workforce development”.

This event is by invitation only but inquiries are welcome.

Each day will begin at 10AM and end at 4PM.

The themes for each day listed below:

  • October 8: Top tech disruptions that will change the game, Search for a new algorithm for planning and management of economies
  • October 9: Concepts for new economic base job creation programs
  • October 10: Poverty, Social Equity and Economic Development

Click Here for a full list of topics and an hourly schedule. Other topics for selection with full descriptions are included in the attachment. Suggestions for topics are welcome.

Space is limited to 30 participants maximum per day.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided onsite.

There is no fee to participate but we ask participants to contribute $20 per day to cover the cost of food.

All presenters are asked to contribute on a volunteer basis but will not need to cover food cost.

Please direct inquiries to Paul Hamrick at paul@marklautman.com