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1 Strategy & Global Sustainability in Guatemala Bruce Clemens & Zak Kostura PowerPoint by Emily Boyer and Mitch McGrath

2 The Village You are the leader of a small village in central Guatemala. The village consists of a few families, all of whom know each other. At present time, the quality of life in your village is quite poor. Your people live without health care, a formal education, clean drinking water, electricity as well as many other aspects of life that others take for granted. The infant mortality rate and the death rate of your village are very high. Diseases often spread to epidemic proportions. Your villagers are eager to improve the quality of life in the village. You have acquired a small treasury made from donations from your villagers and the national government. The people of your village want to improve the village at any cost.

3 DECISION TIME!

4 Year 1 The time for advancement has arrived. With a sufficient number of money points and a highly motivated populace, your village has the opportunity to begin construction. With such a limited work force however, you have the resources to begin only one project. The project options and their costs are listed below. ProjectCost (Money points) Electricity150 Water100 School75 Health Center100 Nothing0

5 Electricity CategoryPoints Money-150 Public Perception+20 Health0 Employment+25 Environment-50 UtilityE

6 Water CategoryPoints Money-100 Public Perception+50 Health+65 Employment+25 Environment-50 UtilityW

7 School CategoryPoints Money-75 Public Perception+20 Health+15 Employment+35 Environment-20 UtilityS

8 Health Center CategoryPoints Money-100 Public Perception+30 Health+75 Employment+50 Environment-25 UtilityH

9 Nothing CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityNone

10 Year 2 As in the case of any developing villages, unwarranted events can and will occur during development. These events can be both positive and negative. The most important thing to remember however is that they occur randomly. Your village will experience an event during this round. Ace JackQueen & King

11 EARTHQUAKE! Fix? Don’t fix?

12 Fix Water CategoryPoints Money-25 Public Perception-5 Health-10 Employment+10 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

13 Fix Electricity CategoryPoints Money-25 Public Perception-20 Health0 Employment+5 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

14 Do Not Fix Water CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-10 Health-25 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityNo W

15 Do Not Fix Electricity CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-25 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityNo E

16 Help Your Neighbors CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

17 Damaged Power Lines

18 Electricity, School, Nothing CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-15 Health-25 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

19 Health Center CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-15 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

20 Water CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

21 Government Donation

22 No School CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

23 School CategoryPoints Money+15 Public Perception+5 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 1 Utility

24 Year 3 An independent contractor approaches your village and offers to construct either a water system or a health care center. He will employ your villagers for the job. The cost of construction is listed below: Water Health Center Utilities S & None Utility W Utility E Nothing ProjectCost (Money points) Water-90 Health Center-90

25 Construct Water CategoryPoints Money-90 Public Perception+25 Health+65 Employment+25 Environment-50 UtilityYear 2 Utility + W

26 Construct Health Center (Utilities S & None) CategoryPoints Money-90 Public Perception+30 Health+75 Employment+50 Environment-25 UtilityYear 2 Utility + H

27 Construct Health Center (Utility W) CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 2 Utility + H

28 Construct Health Center (Utility E) CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 2 Utility + H

29 Construct Nothing CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 2 Utility

30 Year 4 A film crew from National Geographic got word of your recent attempts to improve your village. They see it as a great topic for a documentary. A representative of the film crew has offered you money up front. The director of the documentary wants to make this film as in-depth as possible. He believes that the more complex the village is, the longer he can make his film. He sees the very utilities that you have been constructing as key aspects for the film. Because of this, he will pay you for each utility that you have. The royalties are listed below: ProjectBenefit (Money points) Up front+50 Electricity+30 Water+50 School+35 Health Center+40

31 Year 5 For several years now, there have been rumors of a drug-smuggling ring operating out of your village. Several of your government officials have stumbled upon this ring, and have threatened to turn them over to you. The leader of the drug ring, sensing the danger that he was in, has made a drastic decision. He writes a letter to you. To Whom It May Concern: I will make this letter short. We have separate interest in this village. I mean no harm to the development of this community. To assure that I am serious. I offer you a “contribution” of 100 money points towards your efforts in the village. In return, I request only that you to maintain your course of action, and leave myself and my business out of your interests. Sincerely, “A Concerned Citizen” AcceptDeny

32 Accept Ace-JackQueen & King

33 YOU BLEW IT! CategoryPoints Money-50 Public Perception-100 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 4 Utility

34 You Got Lucky CategoryPoints Money+100 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 4 Utility

35 Deny Ace-10Jack & QueenKing

36 Good Job! CategoryPoints Money+20 Public Perception+15 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 4 Utility

37 Utilities Damaged (Keep Utility) CategoryPoints Money+20 Public Perception+15 Health-10 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 4 Utility

38 Utilities Damaged (Lose Utility) CategoryPoints Money+20 Public Perception+15 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityNone

39 Year 6 Your village has grown significantly as a result of your recent successes. The birth rate has increased and the death rate has dropped off sharply. Individuals from other villages have gotten word of what you have been doing, and have chosen to move into your village. Although this may be quite an accomplishment, it means more trouble for you. You are now faced with overpopulation in your rapidly developing village. As your town grows, more woodland is removed to make way for housing. Buildings are now much closer together. Villagers share a small, cramped areas compared to what they are used to. These factors will play an enormous role in this next year, where you will be faced with crisis that will come about as a result of overpopulation. As in year 2, your village will experience an event during this round. Ace-10Jack-King (if no W, roll again)

40 Fire Water Only Health Center, No School Health Center & School Electricity Only School, No Health Center

41 Water Only CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health-5 Employment0 Environment-50 UtilityYear 5 Utility

42 Health Center, No School Repair?Don’t Repair?

43 Repair H CategoryPoints Money-50 Public Perception-20 Health-5 Employment+5 Environment-75 UtilityYear 5 Utility

44 Don’t Repair H CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-20 Health-10 Employment0 Environment-75 UtilityYear 5 Utility - H

45 Health Center & School Repair SRepair HRepair BothRepair Neither

46 Repair H CategoryPoints Money-50 Public Perception-40 Health-10 Employment+5 Environment-75 UtilityYear 5 Utility - S

47 Repair S CategoryPoints Money-50 Public Perception-40 Health-10 Employment+5 Environment-75 UtilityYear 5 Utility - H

48 Repair Both CategoryPoints Money-100 Public Perception-40 Health-5 Employment+10 Environment-75 UtilityYear 5 Utility

49 Repair Neither CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-40 Health-15 Employment0 Environment-75 UtilityYear 5 Utility – H & S

50 Electricity Only CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-40 Health-5 Employment0 Environment-85 UtilityYear 5 Utility

51 School, No Health Center Repair?Don’t Repair?

52 Repair S CategoryPoints Money-30 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment+5 Environment-50 UtilityYear 5 Utility

53 Don’t Repair S CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health-5 Employment0 Environment-50 UtilityYear 5 Utility - S

54 Expansion Expand?Don’t Expand?

55 Expand Water CategoryPoints Money-30 Public Perception+5 Health-35 Employment+5 Environment0 UtilityYear 5 Utility

56 Don’t Expand Water CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-25 Health-35 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 5 Utility

57 Year 7 The national government of Guatemala has just gotten word or your recent efforts to promote the development of your village. They wish to provide incentive for further progress. To do so, they have offered to pay for half of any one utility. The utilities and their discounted costs are listed below. ProjectCost (Money points) Electricity-75 School-45 Nothing0

58 Electricity CategoryPoints Money-75 Public Perception+10 Health+5 Employment+10 Environment-20 UtilityYear 6 Utility + E

59 School CategoryPoints Money-45 Public Perception+10 Health+5 Employment+15 Environment-10 UtilityYear 6 Utility + S

60 Nothing CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-5 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 6 Utility

61 Year 8 A large sum of money was stolen from the Guatemalan National Government and has somehow been incorporated into the local budget of either your village or your neighboring village. While you have no current knowledge of this, you realize that it is possible that it may have been one of your local officials who introduced the money into your budget for last year’s construction. The representative tells you that another government employee is currently contacting your neighboring village. During this conversation, he tells you that both you and the leader of the neighboring village will be questioned as to your village’s participation in this conspiracy.

62 Year 8 (cont.) The impact of your decision to confess or deny the situation can be seen when placed in a matrix such as the one below. ConfessDeny ActionPayoff You Confess, Neighbor Confesses-50 You Confess, Neighbor Denies-100 You Deny, Neighbor Confesses0 You Deny, Neighbor Denies-150

63 Confess Ace-67-King

64 Deny Ace-67-King

65 Neighbor Confessed CategoryPoints Money-50 Public Perception+5 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 7 Utility

66 Neighbor Denied CategoryPoints Money-100 Public Perception+5 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 7 Utility

67 Neighbor Confessed CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 7 Utility

68 Neighbor Denied CategoryPoints Money-150 Public Perception-5 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 7 Utility

69 Year 9 A laborer dies as a result of poor working conditions on a farm on the outskirts of your village. Laborers and merchants from every part of your village begin an uprising in the center of town. After several days of dispute, they submit their demands. The workers in your village demand better living and working conditions. In order to do this, you would have to set up a minimum wage, as well as welfare and basic standards on working conditions. Most of your staff and advisors do no see is as your problem. They feel that you have more important things to spend your money on. Your options in this round are listed below: OptionCost Give into demands-50 Refuse demands0

70 Give into Demands CategoryPoints Money-50 Public Perception+10 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 8 utility

71 Refuse Demands CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-40 Health0 Employment-50% Environment0 UtilityYear 8 utility

72 Year 10 Congratulations! Your efforts have once again been recognized by the National Government. They would like to reimburse your village for the work you have completed. You will receive a return on every utility that you have constructed. The payment list is shown below: ProjectBenefit (Money points) Electricity10 Water40 School20 Health Center30

73 Year 11 You once again have an opportunity to build. Because your village has grown to such a large scale, you are able (if you can afford it) to begin two projects at once. Should you choose to undertake two projects; the second project will require additional funds. The prices for these projects are as follows: 1 st ProjectPoints Electricity60 Water75 School65 Health Center70 Nothing0 2 nd ProjectPoints Electricity120 Water150 School130 Health Center140

74 1 st Project: Electricity CategoryPoints Money-60 Public Perception+20 Health0 Employment+25 Environment-50 UtilityYear 10 utility + E

75 1 st Project: Water CategoryPoints Money-75 Public Perception+50 Health+65 Employment+25 Environment-50 UtilityYear 10 utility + W

76 1 st Project: School CategoryPoints Money-60 Public Perception+20 Health+15 Employment+35 Environment-20 UtilityYear 10 utility + S

77 1 st Project: Health Center CategoryPoints Money-70 Public Perception+30 Health+75 Employment+50 Environment-25 UtilityYear 10 utility + H

78 Nothing CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception0 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 10 utility

79 2 nd Project: Electricity CategoryPoints Money-120 Public Perception+20 Health0 Employment+25 Environment-50 UtilityYear 10 utility + E

80 2 nd Project: Water CategoryPoints Money-150 Public Perception+50 Health+65 Employment+25 Environment-50 UtilityYear 10 utility + W

81 2 nd Project: School CategoryPoints Money-130 Public Perception+20 Health+15 Employment+35 Environment-20 UtilityYear 10 utility + S

82 2 nd Project: Health Center CategoryPoints Money-140 Public Perception+30 Health+75 Employment+50 Environment-25 UtilityYear 10 utility + H

83 Year 12 A fugitive from a neighboring village has escaped and has taken refuge in your village. Several villagers have confirmed the presence of the fugitive, but will not tell you or the leaders of the village from which the fugitive fled. In response, several unnamed assailants attempt to detonate a bomb in your village. Ace-910-JackQueen & King

84 Major Damage CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-25 Health-25 Employment+10 Environment0 UtilityYear 11 utility

85 Minor Damage CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-25 Health-15 Employment+5 Environment0 UtilityYear 11 utility

86 No Damage CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception+5 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 11 utility

87 Year 13 A proposal has been made by several neighboring villages to set up a simple system of roads linking your village to theirs. The roads will be made of packed clay, and will connect each village to all of the surrounding towns. The other villages are quite excited about the new idea but your fellow advisors warn against it. AcceptDeny

88 Accept Ace King

89 Moderate Damage CategoryPoints Money-75 Public Perception+25 Health+15 Employment+15 Environment-30 UtilityYear 12 utility

90 Irreversible Damage CategoryPoints Money-75 Public Perception+5 Health0 Employment+5 Environment-100 UtilityYear 12 utility

91 Deny CategoryPoints Money0 Public Perception-5 Health0 Employment0 Environment0 UtilityYear 12 utility

92 Year 14 M + 2H + Em + 1.5En + 2P = Total Score M = Money points H = Health points Em = Employment points En = Environment points P = Public perception points

93 RESULTS >1000, Congratulations! You have been highly successful in developing your community , You have done well. The Guatemalan national government would like you to remain in office for another year , You were unsuccessful. The Guatemalan national government will appoint interim leaders to lead your village next year. < 600, Your village overthrew you and the national government took over in attempt to salvage the situation.


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