Preparations for 2020 Program innovations date back decades with regard to the experience and preparation of the principals. Many of these can be seen in the 2020 Program timeline. Certain of the early documents are found here. Key among the early meetings were contributions from Hon Hai Industries of Taiwan.

 

Date

Title

Description


6/15/2010

Information Flow for the Global Enterprise

Catching the Ball (“empowerment”), Before You Run (“full empowerment”)

06/01/2010

Comprehensive Abilities Study Introduction to the Allen, Tingey, Farnes, Millington Abilities Model

Comprehensive Approach to Maximization of Employment Outcomes (CAMEO): Abilities, inborn; natural capacities, assessments; levels of ability, categories; ability clusters (nomological network); skills, learned capabilities; built on top of native abilities

04/26/2010

Resolving Human Service Delivery on a National Scale

The point of this White Paper is to outline characteristics of a fully-empowered community on a national scale (“FENComs”) focused on human service requirements. Full empowerment is a condition in which experts and authorities can organize and employ their ideas and programs as intended and authorized without technical restrictions and arbitrary barriers of any kind. The object is to leverage the knowledge of communities of practice in related fields to directly support the needs of their intended benefactors, the recipients of human services. This will bring conclusive provision of services and will eliminate waste and associated costs in the process. @dev

04/08/2010

Universal Design of Clinical and Translational Science for Improved Human Service Outcomes

Paper for National Council on Rehabilitation Education Annual Conference, Manhattan Beach, California Kenneth B. Tingey of Utah State University and Madan M. Kundu of Southern University

04/08/2010

Universal Design of Clinical and Translational Science for Improved Human Service Outcomes -- Presentation

Presentation for National Council on Rehabilitation Education Annual Conference, Manhattan Beach, California Kenneth B. Tingey of Utah State University and Madan M. Kundu of Southern University

12/26/2009

Seeking Truth from Facts and Dual Control with Chinese Introduction

Essay & Proposal for Policymakers in China

12/26/2009

Truth from Facts and Dual Control

Essay & Proposal for Policymakers in China @dev

12/10/2009

Leading the Way: A “Deming” Moment for China

Version for Policymakers @dev

06/6/2007

A Communities of Practice Approach to Training and Education: Building Sociocognitive Networks In Rehabilitation Counseling: White Paper

The authors consider the implications of these experiences and identify next steps in developing a workable theory and a theoretical practice. They suggest how a “constellation of experts” can serve a “communities of practice” approach to training and networking on both a national and local level and suggest the role of the NCRTM in building the sociocognitive networks that would support it. Published by the US National Clearinghouse of Rehabilitation Counseling Training Materials. Kenneth B. Tingey PhD, Michael Millington, PhD, and Michael Graham, EdD.