IUP SEDI - end-of-course project
SEA-EU International Teamwork Insitute -
Final teamwork (TW) projet
Each course team represents a company working in a SEA nation (ASEAN). No country can have more than one representative company; no countries outside ASEAN. Discuss in class which team will represent which country.
You are nationals of that country. Your government has hired your company to develop a proposal for building an International Teamwork and Sustainability Institute (ITSI) in your country. Remember that you are the company that develops the institute. You
The institute will work in tandem with the European Union institutes, exchanging students and staff, for short- and long-term study and internship periods, in order to encourage the development of multi-cultural teamwork skills. The EU will pay for half the development costs of the institute; your country will pay for half, plus the running costs and maintenance.
Your government, and thus your company, are in competition with other governments, and companies, in SEA. Only one proposal will be adopted.
Your company has been selected by the national government to develop a proposal to win the contract for the project. After the competition has been won, the winning company will develop the project, run the institute as a public business, and thus earn several years steady income.
Project background: Funded partially by the EU - projected budget €4.5M.
The ITI will have as its mission:
Your proposal will be in 3 main parts:
Give the institute a name. Also include such things as executive summary, visuals, conclusion, your names, etc.
Procedure: Two steps:
Reminder: Teamwork documents are here.
Peace and survival of life on Earth as we know it are threatened by human activities that lack a commitment to humanitarian values. Destruction of nature and natural resources results from ignorance, greed, and a lack of respect for the Earth's living things... . It is not difficult to forgive destruction in the past, which resulted from ignorance. Today, however, we have access to more information, and it is essential that we re-examine ethically what we have inherited, what we are responsible for, and what we will pass on to coming generations. Clearly this is a pivotal generation... . Our marvels of science and technology are matched if not outweighed by many current tragedies, including human starvation in some parts of the world, and extinction of other life forms... . We have the capability and responsibility. We must act before it is too late. Tenzin Gyatso the fourteenth Dalai Lama.