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Design: Stakeholder Process
Design: Stakeholder Process

After you have assessed the potential for a collaborative approach to the conflict, the next step is to design a process that will help you meet your project goals. To accomplish this, your process must engage stakeholders and the public in joint efforts to develop sound environmental policy decisions. This step is most likely to be successful if approached with an innovative mindset. As a process designer, you must build structures that provide a broad variety of incentives for stakeholder participation. It involves planning and designing meetings, field trips and workshops, open houses, and other activities intended to promote mutual learning, innovation, constructive debate, and decision making. At the same time, you need to keep an eye on the ...

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