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December Quarterly Training and Annual Business Meeting

Games People Play – Code Enforcement and Game Theory Instructor: DANIEL ANDERSON Game Theory and Code Enforcement is a Seminar Class specifically aimed at the Games People Play when contacted by Code Enforcement. The Seminar will introduce you to the emerging science known as Game Theory, and help you to categorize resistance at the door, into the various games people play (False Alternatives, Brinksmanship, Chicken, Prisoners Dilemma, Pursuit and Evasion, etc.).

12/1/2017
When: Friday, December 1, 2017
8:00 AM
Where: Chautauqua Park - Community House
900 Baseline Rd.
Boulder, Colorado  80302
United States
Contact: Michael Cairy
303-660-7400


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  • Chautauqua is at 900 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80302.

Quarterly Training is at the Community House located on Morning Glory Drive.

Most streets are "One Way Only".

Observe "No Parking" signs which are usually just for that side of the street on which they are posted.

  • Plan to arrive early for best chance at parking in designated parking lots. 
  • Recommend Carpooling!

 

 

 

 

 

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Games People Play – Code Enforcement and Game Theory

Instructor: DANIEL ANDERSON

Game Theory and Code Enforcement is a Seminar Class specifically aimed at the Games People Play when contacted by Code Enforcement. The Seminar will introduce you to the emerging science known as Game Theory, and help you to categorize resistance at the door, into the various games people play (False Alternatives, Brinksmanship, Chicken, Prisoners Dilemma, Pursuit and Evasion, etc.).

You will learn: The common strategies used by residents (consciously or unconsciously); The four game elements that must be established for strategic advantage; Why flexibility is not always a good strategy; The importance of the “First Mover Advantage” and how to maintain it; How to identify what game you are in and some strategies to change the game – when the game is not to your advantage.

 

Biography:

Daniel Anderson’s dedicated public service career of more than 28 years includes service with U.S. Army Intelligence, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, and the City of Chandler, Arizona, where he currently serves as Neighborhood Preservation Supervisor. He also previously owned a Private Investigations Agency and worked as a Legal Research Consultant for an occupational rehabilitation group. 

 

 

Elections are held at this meeting, so get your applications in by October 31st!!!!

 

CACEO is more than 30 years young now, thanks to active and involved members like you!  Your continued involvement is crucial to our longevity and to sustaining a strong association..."an association of friends helping each other find answers to shared concerns".   Involvement, though, means more than just attending sponsored training and networking with other members.  It also means sharing your experience, skills, and knowledge by serving on committees and in leadership positions on the Association's Board of Directors!

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