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Social capital and collaborative environmental governance
(The African Consortium of Public Administration (ACPA), 2013-06)
To cope with the increasing complexities of environmental challenges, innovative models of governance that are capable of greater fl exibility, speed and adaptability have emerged. Following international trends, new ...
Use of scorecards in measuring the governance of public special schools
Conflicts and dis-functionality in public schools is frequently the root of poor school performance and learner outcomes. This often is a direct result of poor school governance. Studies have previously identified a ...
Creating public value through collaborative environmental governance
(Administratio Publica, 2010-11)
That collaborative management has become the central reality of public problem solving is nowhere better illustrated than in the field of environmental governance. Institutional innovations like collaborative environmental ...
Resilience thinking and the evolution of collaborative environmental governance in the Western Cape
(Association of Southern African Schools and Departments of Public Administration and Management, 2014-03)
To cope with complex environmental governance realities, new innovative models of collaborative governance or co-management have emerged in South Africa over the last 15 years. Resilience – defi ned as the capacity of ...
Enhancing the adaptive capacity of collaboratives through education and learning in South Africa
(African Consortium of Public Administration, 2014-12)
ABSTRACT: It is clear that the environmental issues facing us today are prime manifestations of complex or “wicked” public problems and, as such, natural resource governance has to be approached from a complexity science ...