Work for a Harmonious World
Designed for use in teaching collaboration skills, all resources are selected through an annual competition sponsored by PARCC and double-blind peer reviewed by a committee of academics and practitioners.
Featured Cases and Simulations
"Advancing Racial Equity in the Minneapolis Park System: How Could Organizations with Divergent Goals Work Together?" A role-play simulation designed to help students understand the challenges in creating a collaborative governance regime when actors involved have different understandings of the core issue.
Authors: Yuan Daniel Cheng, Brooke Dirtzu, University of Minnesota
"Combat and Collaboration in Seattle’s Historic Minimum Wage Debate" Provides a gripping and vivid example of an innovative policy-making process in a major city
Authors: Erik H. Houser, Craig Thomas, Stephen Page, Daniel J. Evans, University of Washington
"Networks and Public Management" This course develops in-depth understanding of the language and practice of networks from the politics of designing, managing and evaluating networks.
Authors: Mike McGuire, Beth Gazley, Indiana University - Bloomington
Annual E-PARCC Teaching Case and Simulation Competition
The E-PARCC competition consists of two tracks: (1) Collaborative problem solving, collaborative governance, and network governance and analysis, and (2) Collaborative methods in international development. The competition opens in November and closes in February.