Collaboration Isn't Easy
How can different levels of government and a variety of public agencies work together effectively? That's a challenge with implications for crime, health, and a...
How can different levels of government and a variety of public agencies work together effectively? That's a challenge with implications for crime, health, and a host of other governmental activities.
In their column, Jonathan Breul and John Kamensky review an in-depth study of a complicated collaborative effort in traffic reduction from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. The lessons they share will help practitioners navigate the mine-field of government-by-network.
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