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  • Teaching Collaboration: Collaborative public management, networks, governance, and problem solving have become essential topics in most public management and public policy programs. One of the best ways to prepare students to operate in a collaborative world is through the use of case studies, simulations, and negotiation exercises. These resources were designed for use in teaching collaboration skills, and were selected through an annual competition sponsored by the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University.

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    #Kifaya# Enough Dangerous Speech for South Sudanese: Collaborative Strategies by Musicians and Local Civil Society Organizations

    This is a case of creative and collaborative methods used by local development civil society organizations (CSOs) to prevent identity-based violence. The case illustrates local interventions to prevent atrocities by using tools, capacity building and strategies to mitigate dangerous speech by young South Sudanese musicians and cultural leaders.

     

    Adoption of Technology Open Standards Policy by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    This case details the political and administrative process of adopting and implementing an IT Open Standards Policy in Massachusetts during Gov. Mitt Romney's administration. It prompts students to explore concepts that form the foundation of open government in the digital age, such as open standards, total cost of ownership, and key (and often misunderstood) distinctions between free/libre and open source, commercial and proprietary software, and the challenges of vendor lock-in. AUTHORS: Charles Schweik and Lucia N. Miller, Center for Public Policy and Administration, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Honorable mention, Best Teaching Case Competition, 2013

     

    Building a Healthy Community

    As funding agencies increasingly focus on community-based projects, they often have clear ideas of how these processes should unfold. This case presents recurrent points of tension around resident representation in a community planning process and highlights important junctures where barriers to resident inclusion are confronted. AUTHORS: Victoria Lowerson and Martha S. Feldman, University of California, Irvine. First Place Award, Best Teaching Case Competition, 2012

     

    Collaboration Amid Crisis: The Department of Defense During Hurricane Katrina

    Using the context of Hurricane Katrina, this case examines the relationship between FEMA, the chief coordinator of federal response efforts, and the most powerful, single actor that FEMA can call upon, the Department of Defense. AUTHOR: Donald P. Moynihan, University of Madison, Wisconsin. Honorable mention, Best Teaching Case Competition, 2008

     

    Collaboration for Civic Change: Connecting High-Tech Growth and Community Well-Being

    This case involves nonprofit, business, government, and education leaders in efforts to link social and economic development, connecting high-tech growth and community well-being. It addresses collaboration across sectors responding to new economic conditions within a geographic region. AUTHORS: Susan Appe and Judith R. Saidel, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, State University of New York, Albany. Honorable mention, Best Teaching Case Competition, 2009

     

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