"Strong Eagle Shows His Horse Stealing Powers", George Flett (Spokan), Colored pencil on ledger paper dated 1895
Indian Nations, developing countries, their leaders and entrepreneurs face a global challenge to meet the economic needs of their growing populations. We do not embrace the traditional social theory economic development program. Economic needs are not met with a social theory model. Economic needs are met with revenue; revenue from businesses and the jobs they create. Applying our on-going research to the real world, we target, develop and accelerate business and job growth using a business model to meet economic needs, and we build businesses upon scientific principles of modern strategic management. Our Rose Model and Rose Approach, using cutting edge applied
mathematics and complex systems modeling tools, incorporates a proprietary screening model and targets specific businesses to accelerate growth, accelerate job creation, and accelerate revenue. Rose Community Development is global in its solutions, but local in its approach. We are dynamic in nature, constantly adapting our products and services to emerging patterns of new solutions. We are celebrating our fifteenth anniversary in providing innovative, specialized services to our clients including:
It has been a natural transition for Rose Community Development to expand its cutting edge mathematics and complex systems modeling tools to not only target and develop business and job growth, but to also apply our ongoing research to include modeling solutions for federal agencies such as DHS, U.S. Secret Service, DoD and FAA. Similarly, we have the capability to apply our visualization, modeling and simulation skills to various departments and agencies with engineering-based planning and programs such as the Department of the Interior, the Department of Energy, the Department of Transportation and the Federal Emergency Management Administration.
For example, using VenSim® software, we can construct a variety of complex feedback driven systems like the one for new technology impacts in the software markets modeled below:
Such models are then able to compute the impact of variations in multiple non-linear system inputs and outputs, describing both robustness and sensitivity to changing various decision factors.
As part of our team-building and modeling capabilities, we also employ human, social, cultural behavior modeling. Because disaster relief and stability & reconstruction operations cannot be described in purely kinetic effect terms (damage and kills), more complex models are required. The popular perception of security, the level of support for the indigenous government, the economic stability of the country and other non-tangible variables are important indicators of success. Tangible non-kinetic effect variables, such as the state of infrastructure reconstruction and the turnout at elections, are also important. These variables have been organized into the categories: Political, Military, Economic, Social, Information, and Infrastructure (PMESII). Similarly, the instruments that are useful in effecting change have been organized into the categories: Diplomatic, Information, Military, and Economic (DIME). Collectively, these concepts will be referred to as DIME/PMESII or simply as PMESII for brevity.
PMESII models are like other models; they have inputs, logic, and outputs, all mediated by variables. The diagram below illustrates the concept: a few significant persons and groups operate as independent actors, with geographically distributed demographic categories of people operating as opinionrepositories. Events (E1, E2, …) impact each of the actors/objects (in appropriate ways), with impacts propagating to external countries, including active interveners, and active non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The active interveners and the NGOs post events to the event list, representing their actions.
Our unique capabilities to not only model and compute the impact of variations in multiple non-linear system inputs and outputs, describing both robustness and sensitivity to changing various decision factors, but to also model human, social and cultural behavior as represented in the DIME/PMESII models, enables Rose Community Development to provide its clients the ability to model complex problems, discover optimal strategies and solutions and thereby advance the client's level of informed "better" strategic decision making.
Using DIME/PMESII, VenSim®, social networking software and other dynamical systems modeling tools, Rose has the capability of developing advanced business planning dedicated to particular lines of enterprise such as: