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Tuesday BreakOut Session Details

 

Tuesday - Breakout Session 4 (9:45 - 11:00 AM)

Tuesday - Breakout Session 5 (11:30 AM - 12:45 PM) 


 

Tuesday - Breakout Session 4 (9:45 - 11:00 AM)

 

Help Shape NACCE’s Future! A Design Thinking Exercise: Network Sharing – Connections & Best Practices


Date & Time:
Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Cormorant

Description: In this session, attendees will have the chance to learn about design thinking while engaging with other NACCE members to discuss future programs, resources and strategies for moving all of us to the next level. A team of founding members from NACCE will be facilitating these sessions and will share a brief history of NACCE’s 15 year evolution. Attendees will be divided in to small groups to discuss, ideate and develop prototypes for future NACCE programs and resources. By networking and sharing with each other, attendees will build relationships with each other and co-create important future programming and initiatives for NACCE.

Sub-topics include:  Online Connections (website, group chats, other), Communication Channels, Member Recognition

Learning Objectives:

  • Attendees will engage in the design thinking process to solve a problem.
  • Maps and recommendations from the small group sessions will be reported out and shared with the NACCE Board & CEO
  • Members will be invited to participate in future initiatives and activities that are planned through this exercise

Facilitator:

Tim Putnam
Director
NIACC John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center, IA 


Developing Your Organization's Strategic Marketing Plan


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Sandhill Crane North

Track: Creative Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship Center Development

Level: Intermediate

Description: Most organizations fail to have a strategic marketing plan in place because they lack the tools necessary to correctly develop and implement a successful marketing strategy. In this session, participants will use the Marketing Flow Chart as a powerful tool to develop or enhance their strategic marketing plan.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the key elements of successful marketing.
  • Understand the natural flow of an effective marketing strategy.
  • Identify where your organization is in its marketing strategy and the specific steps to dramatically improve your marketing.

Presented By:

Ryan Murray
Sr Marketing Strategist
The 5 Disciplines of Marketing, UT 


How Sustainable Incubators Lead to an Enhanced Entrepreneurship Ecosystem


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Herring Gull

Track: Creative Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship Center Development

Level: Intermediate

Description: Sustainability is a key attribute when creating a successful incubator and a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem.  Join this highly interactive session and learn how to drive and create incubator sustainability.   Plus develop a highly motivated entrepreneurial culture based on and around your campus.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how to turn around, create or grow a sustainable incubator.
  • How to enhance both student and community entrepreneurship with an incubator.
  • How to create the entrepreneurial mindset through your incubator programs.

Presented By:

Mark A. Roth
Senior Vice President
Florence Darlington Technical College, SC

Suresh Tiwari
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Florence Darlington Technical College, SC

Tressa Gardner
Associate Vice President of the SiMT
Florence-Darlington Technical College
 


Strategic Alliances and Partnerships?  Everywhere!  All the Time!! - Click HERE to view slides


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Roseate Spoonbill

Track: Creative Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship Center Development

Level: Beginner

Description: Partnerships and Alliances are a key element of success as an entrepreneurial college.  Hear how South Mountain Community College is building a collaboration from high school to community college to university to community.  Learn ideas and tools to build partnerships for entrepreneurial success.

Learning Objectives:
  • Create an organic process of finding and creating self-selected partners.
  • Put skin in the game to show commitment to your partners.
  • Ask the right questions to build collaboration and teamwork.

Presented By:

Bruce McHenry
Business Faculty, Business & Information Tech
South Mountain Community College, AZ

Dr. Shari Olson
President
South Mountain Community College, AZ


Taking the Leading Role in the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem - Click HERE to view slides

 

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Sandhill Crane South

Track: Experiential Teaching Practices & Curriculum

Level: Intermediate

Description: The Community College role in the creation/sustainability of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.  Become a catalyst for entrepreneurial innovation within your community, coupling knowledge and resources, community-wide infrastructure and support, a scalable workforce, and the entrepreneur.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand and capitalize on the strength of the community college to altruistically benefit the entrepreneurial and surrounding community.
  • Effectively position the college to meet the needs of today’s entrepreneur and not have the entrepreneur meet the requirements of the college.
  • Take a leadership role with regional economic development and related entities, helping to establish the vision, not just fulfil the vision’s needs.

Presented By:

Cheryle Hays
Coordinator of Special Projects Economic & Workforce
Tarrant County College District, TX

Dr. Elva LeBlanc
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost
Tarrant County College District, TX


The Entrepreneurial Mindset - A Competitive Edge for Workforce Development - Click HERE to view slides 

 

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Snowy Egret North

Track: Creative Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship Center Development

Level: Intermediate

Description: Workforce Development divisions are tasked with driving revenue yet face competition from other training providers.  The community college’s unique relationship to the local community provides an opportunity to provide entrepreneurial mindset education to businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations challenged with employee engagement, employee soft skills, and the need to drive innovation in the workplace. 

Learning Objectives:
  • Redefine entrepreneurship as a mindset, a framework for thinking and acting that can empower anyone
  • succeed.
  • Identify how an entrepreneurial mindset is a solution to employee engagement and the workforce skills employers are demanding.
  • Understand case studies that integrate theory with real world application and with examples of entrepreneurial mindset programming being offered as a workforce development solution. 

Presented By:

Bree Langemo
President
The Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative, OH

Jim Correll
Fab Lab ICC Director
Independence Community College,  KS


Precise Leaders Get Results - Click HERE to view slides 

 

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Pelican

Track: Inventive Institutional Advancement & Fundraising

Level: All

Description:  Countless change efforts are underway at this very moment all over the world. Despite good intentions, many of these efforts will fail. Various reports and studies have found that 60 to 70 percent of the change initiatives don’t produce the desired results? Why is that?

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the key questions that require precise answers before any change initiative should be started.
  • Identify the key roles and responsibilities required to successfully implement change.
  • Understand what’s included in an effective plan.

Presented By:

Paul B. Thornton
Professor of Business
Springfield Technical Community College, MA


Northeast Ohio Entrepreneurial Ecosystem - Two Community College Perspectives - Click HERE to view slides

 

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Snowy Egret South

Track: Creative Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship Center Development

Level: Beginner

Description:  In this session, you will hear from two different Northeast Ohio community college NACCE members about the robust entrepreneurial ecosystem in the Greater Cleveland area.

Learning Objectives:
  • Discover the multi-faceted approach that these two members have taken to grow entrepreneurship on their campuses and in their communities.
  • Hear how Northeast Ohio community colleges collaborate to grow the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
  • Learn tips on how you too can partner with local organizations to grow your own entrepreneurial network.

Presented By:

Laura Barnard
Executive Vice President & Provost
Lakeland Community College

Lisa Hutson
Director, Small Business Development Center
Lorain County Community College  


HP LIFE e-Learning:  A Hands-on Demonstration - Click HERE to view slides

 

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: White Ibis North

Track: Experiential Teaching Practices & Curriculum

Level: Beginner

Description:  HP LIFE e-Learning provides participants with free business resources that can be used in curriculum courses, standalone training, or for participatory and team-based activities.  This session will focus on reviewing modules and simulating different applications based the learning environment.

Learning Objectives:
  • Create an HP LIFE e-Learning Account.
  • Explore the Different HP LIFE e-Learning Modules.
  • Learn Different Ways to Use HP LIFE e-Learning in the Classroom.

Presented By:

Dr. Darcie Tumey
Program Director
Catawba Valley Community College, NC

Leah Deppert
Manager – Marketing & Communications
NACCE, MA  

Kimberly Simons
Professor – Business Administration
Madisonville Community College, KY


Kindle & Spark! Ignite the Entrepreneurial Path from Classroom to Boardroom - Click HERE to view slides

 

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: White Ibis South

Track: Experiential Teaching Practices & Curriculum

Level: Intermediate

Description: Students who enter entrepreneurship courses are taking the right step to start their businesses. In this presentation, we demonstrate how faculty can be the “Kindle & Spark” to students who need to take action and start their own business.

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn how to “Kindle” the fire of student enterprise by forming a path to student entrepreneurship through experiential learning practices.
  • Become the “Spark” to create action for students to start a business using Open Education Resources (OER) available to everyone.
  • Lean to run an unconventional “Entrepreneur Pitch” capstone event, set up students for long-term success and organically grow your community network.

Presented By:

Matthew Rivaldi
MBA Faculty, Business and Information Technology
San Diego Continuing Education – SDCCD, CA

Aaron Iffland, PhD
Faculty, Business & Information Technology
San Diego Continuing Education – SDCCD, CA


Effectual Thinking: Get Off the Analytics Merry-go-round!

 

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Room: Wilson's Plover South

Track: Inventive Institutional Advancement & Fundraising

Level: Intermediate

Description: Can't get new ideas to blossom on your campus? It is likely because you are strangled by causal thinking. This session will help you enlighten your faculty, staff, and administrators on how to use effectual thinking techniques to use the analytics and information you possess in new ways.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the differences between causal thinking and effectual thinking in common academic environments.
  • Utilize tools to lead a new conversation about the future of your institution that is organic and open to opportunity.
  • Understand how to use analytics and data without being sabotaged by causal blindspots.

Presented By:

Dr. Christine Mollenkopf-Pigsley
Instructor- Applied Organizational Studies
Minnesota State University- Mankato, MN


 

Tuesday - Breakout Session 5 (11:30 AM - 12:45 PM)

 

The Role of Intellectual Property in Today’s Innovation Ecosystem - Click HERE to view slides

 
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Pelican

Track: Experiential Teaching Practices & Curriculum

Level: All

Description: Intellectual property (IP) — patents, trademarks, copyright, and trade secrets — is the foundation of every corporation in today’s economy. In fact, Harvard Business Review estimates that 80 percent of the worth of U.S. companies lies in their IP portfolios. As a result, any person today who does not understand at least the basics of intellectual property — and its value and role in science, business, arts, and the professions — will find him or herself at a distinct disadvantage in the world of tomorrow. Join the Michelson 20MM Foundation and Santa Monica College to learn how you can help advance intellectual property education through your existing business and entrepreneurship courses. 

Learning Objectives:
  • Gain a high level understanding of intellectual property (IP) and its role in driving innovation economies worldwide.
  • Learn how incorporating IP content into your own business and entrepreneurship courses will help your students.
  • Hear from Santa Monica college faculty and leave the session with plug and play resources including IP course objectives, learning outcomes, modular course content, and assets you can use in your classes now.

Presented By:

Mayra Lombera
Director of Strategic Initiatives
The Michelson 20MM Foundation, CA

Dana Nasser
Faculty – Business Department
Santa Monica College, CA

Nathan Khalil
Faculty – Business Department
Santa Monica College, CA

Sal Veas
Chair
Santa Monica College, CA

 


Community Connections Entrepreneurship Development with Young Adults

 
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Herring Gull

Track: Creative Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship Center Development

Level: Intermediate

Description: Community Connections is all about finding the young adults in your community who are learning about entrepreneurship and connecting them with opportunities to start their own business in their own community.  Community connections is your guide to become a supportive entrepreneurial community.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify community values and assets Exercise – We can’t think about these things today, and expect long-term results. 
  • Our Community Needs This Exercise – What business/service would you like to see in the community? 
  • Action Plan – You can make a difference. Sustaining all of the above is a final key ingredient.

Presented By:

Doris Lux
Director of Entrepreneurship Center
Central Community College, NE


How to Identify Unlikely Partnerships and Maximize Their Contribution - Click HERE to view slides 


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Sandhill Crane North

Track: Creative Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship Center Development

Level: Intermediate

Description: Participants will learn how a rural community college tapped into its entrepreneurial community to create unlikely partnerships that produced innovative programming and industry-driven services. Participants will engage in an activity to help them uncover and maximize entrepreneurial talent.

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn how to uncover hidden talent in their communities to cultivate unlikely partnerships.
  • Learn how to assess talent to effectively place partners into the right programs.
  • Learn how to mobilize partners across programs/institutions to maximize benefits to students and business customers.

Presented By:

Dr. Donna Tipton-Rogers
President
Tri-County Community College NC

Megan Reyes
President & CEO/College/SBC Seminar Facilitator
ROTOR Consulting, LLC, NC

Amy Johnson
Faculty, Tri-County Community College, NC

Kathryn Jenkins
Director - Small Business Center
Tri-County Community College, NC


Incorporating Lean Business Planning into the Classroom - Click HERE to view slides


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Sandhill Crane South

Track: Experiential Teaching Practices & Curriculum

Level: Beginner

Description: Learn to bring the most cutting-edge planning methodologies to your classroom without abandoning the advantages of a traditional business plan or financial forecast. Combining the best parts of the most popular trends has a proven record of success for students, entrepreneurs, and business owners.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand "Lean Planning" methodologies and how they complement a Traditional Plan, Lean Canvas, or more.
  • Learn why students need a solid budget and forecast for both long term planning and for an agile plan-as-you-go lean strategy.
  • Develop your own approach to teaching business planning as an ongoing, living plan.

Presented By:

Peter Thorsson
Associate Instructor
Lane Community College & Oregon Small Business Development Center, OR

Josh Fegles
Academic Partnerships Director
Palo Alto Software, OR


Help Shape NACCE’s Future! A Design Thinking Exercise: Teaching Tools & Resources


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Cormorant

Track: Experiential Teaching Practices & Curriculum

Level: Beginner

Description: In this session, attendees will have the chance to learn about design thinking while engaging with other NACCE members to discuss future programs, resources and strategies for moving all of us to the next level. A team of founding members from NACCE will be facilitating these sessions and will share a brief history of NACCE’s 15 year evolution. Attendees will be divided in to small groups to discuss, ideate and develop prototypes for future NACCE programs and resources. By networking and sharing with each other, attendees will build relationships with each other and co-create important future programming and initiatives for NACCE.

Sub-topics include:  Curriculum, Tools and Resources, Certification Programs

Learning Objectives:

  • Attendees will engage in the design thinking process to solve a problem.
  • Maps and recommendations from the small group sessions will be reported out and shared with the NACCE Board & CEO
  • Members will be invited to participate in future initiatives and activities that are planned through this exercise.

Presented By:

Diane Sabato
Professor - Business Administration
Springfield Technical Community College, MA


Twenty-First Century Approaches to Innovation at America’s Best Kept Secrets


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Wilson's Plover South

Track: Inventive Institutional Advancement & Fundraising


Description: The landscape of entrepreneurship programs at universities is vast. Yet, entrepreneurship still suffers a divide in being inclusive of all (Kauffman Foundation, 2016). Many programs focus primarily on graduate and post-doctoral students. This overlooks those enrolled at community colleges who comprise approximately forty six percent of undergraduate students in the United States. (AACC, 2016 Fast Facts). These students face some of the greatest obstacles in the completion of their education and their ability to pursue their dreams of becoming entrepreneurs. In addition, the need to provide initial seed funding and partnerships with external organizations has grown. This panel discussion will provide attendees an extensive overview of best practices used in developing innovation programs that maximize inclusion at all levels. The panelists have experience in building stakeholders, implementing and launching a University-wide entrepreneurship programs. They will discuss the key challenges, lessons learned and programmatic outcomes in the context of the community college student population.

Learning Objectives:

  • Provide practical advice and strategies for institutions and organizations to utilize in a programmatic summary and syllabus that assist in developing student centered entrepreneurship opportunities.
  • Provide examples and learning outcomes utilized in the development of an external ecosystem that employs the investment of the local community and creates an avenue of invigoration between a college and their external partners for building university-wide
  • Provide a wealth of data used for formative and summative assessment of programs with examples of soft-skill development

Presented By:

Christine Mooney, Esq.
Associate Professor
Queensborough Community College, City University of New York, NY

Dr. Edgar Troudt
Assistant Dean for Research
School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences
Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, NY


Incorporating Technology While Building a New Entrepreneurship Program


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: White Ibis North

Track: Experiential Teaching Practices & Curriculum

Level: Beginner

Description: We will discuss how new and innovative approaches can be taken to traditional entrepreneurship teaching.  Uses of cloud-based software, online and hybrid curriculum, and remote mentorship will be highlighted.

Learning Objectives:

  • Design entrepreneurship curriculum with a variety of tools.
  • Identifying technology tools that enhance the learning and provide a finished product by the student.
  • Receive class content and assignments from developed Entrepreneurship classes.

Presented By:

Marie Lapidus
Instructor, Harper College, IL

Matthew Quigley
Chief Operating Officer, Deziner Software,   IL


How Technology Platforms are Transforming The Economy And How To Make Them Work For YOU


Date & Time: 
Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Snowy Egret North

Track: Innovative Student Success Practices

Description: Uber, Airbnb, Amazon, Thumbtack, etc.  All of these companies disrupted their markets when they launched.  In a short period of time, they are now industry leaders.  What’s the secret to their success?  Is education ripe for a technology disruption?

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how a 2-sided technology platform works within industries/sectors,  Understand why platforms are beating pipelines
  • Learn how to address the Chicken n Egg syndrome
  • How do you know when you’re industry (Higher Education?) is ready for a platform revolution?

Presented By:

Jeff Roth
President
The Learning Strategy, Inc., FL

Roy Bond
Executive Director
Dallas County Community College District, TX

John Paul Mains
Chief Scientist, Click

 

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