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Syllabi 

From leading experts in the field of collaborative governance

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1. Networks and Public Management
This course develops in-depth understanding of the language and practice of networks from the politics of designing, managing, and evaulating networks.  Open this syllabus 

by Rich Callahan
   University of Southern California

First Place winner in the Don Kettl/Smith Richardson Foundation Best Syllabus competition


 2.  Networks and Public Management
Focus on community partnerships and two of the most important ideas in public and nonprofit management, service integration and empowerment.  Open this syllabus

by Heather Getha-Taylor
   University of South Carolina

 Honorable mention winner in the Don Kettl/Smith Richardson Foundation Best Syllabus competition


3.  Networks and Public Management
Introduces students to the theory, skills, and processes of managing networks in a public management setting.  Open this syllabus

by Mike McGuire and Beth Gazley
   Indiana University-Bloomington

 Honorable mention winner in the Don Kettl/Smith Richardson Foundation Best Syllabus competition


 4.  Networks and Public Management
To integrate the question concerning networks with management strategies for those who are "managers of" or "managers in" networks and to equip students with a tool for diagnosing network problems.  Open this syllabus 

by Pamela Mischen
   Binghamton University

Honorable mention winner in the Don Kettl/Smith Richardson Foundation Best Syllabus competition 


5.  Networks and Public Management
Helps students to understand public networks and how they are managed.  Open this syllabus

by Keith Provan
   University of Arizona

  Honorable mention winner in the Don Kettl/Smith Richardson Foundation Best Syllabus competition 


6. Public Affairs Dispute Resolution and Consensus-Building 
Addresses the theory and practice of dispute resolution and consensus building in a public policy context.  Open this syllabus

by John B. Stephens
   University of North Carolina