45017_EC-PRISM-Plan-Framework-.pdf - Assignment Framework Client Name EC Prism Topic Increased Awareness Group Members Lindsey White Olivia Normand Emma

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Assignment: Framework Client Name: EC Prism Topic: Increased Awareness Group Members: Lindsey White, Olivia Normand, Emma Brennan Wenbo Wang, Xiaoyu Lou, Junlu Li
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Problem Statement : The goal is to increase awareness and traffic to EC Prism’s IMPACT website and other EC Prism work, while also building a social media presence. Internal Factors : EC Prism is committed to working directly with childhood organizations to provide individualized consulting services to support them in areas of early childhood program design, implementation, evaluation, and scale. EC Prism consults both nationally and globally. EC prism strives to increase their organizational capacity within early childhood development programs in order to evaluate and measure the program’s impact. Additionally, they want to improve service delivery for both children and their families. Finally, they want to increase acceptance and understanding of EC Prism’s measurement and evaluation of programs within childhood development programs. The beginning of a child’s life is one of the most important times in their development. EC Prism wants to implement its programs across the world and ultimately increase the impact of their programs. Through in-person workshops or webinars, EC Prism Consultants work closely with different organizations to support planning, implementation and overall evaluation of their success (Center for Translational Science) . Although EC Prism is growing, they need to focus on a way to bring new stakeholders to their future website. Additionally, they want to find a way to brand themselves through social media, specifically on a Twitter account. External Factors: PEST Analysis- Political: A political aspect that EC Prism is facing is trying to generate more environmentally friendly ways of transportation for children attending school and their parents. The researchers at the center for translational neuroscience and Oregon State University are trying to create a cross-disciplinary transportation decision lab to promote micro mobility for participants and local community members. Economic: While the research center is partially funded by the Federal government, there are many areas where money runs short. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy is the focal point of a 5-year $3.5 million study led by Dr. Elizabeth Skowron and Dr. Phil Fisher in the Center for Translational Neuroscience at the University of Oregon, funded by the NIH/NIDA. Along with that, other
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studies are occurring at the same time, making it difficult for other research to be funded. Socio-cultural: In 2002, the United States Congress passed The No Child Left Behind Act which aimed to help disadvantaged students at the elementary and secondary level by giving money to schools for children who are at or below the poverty line (FairTest). Since then, EC Prism has developed ways to find out why children at young ages are undeveloped, emotionally, mentally, and physically
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