Multi-Organisational Strategies: An Analytical Framework and Case
Many of the problems with which societies are confronted today transcend the scope of existing institutional capabilities, The energy crisis, or problems of pollution, or providing food for growing populations, as well as regional development are recognisably problems of this type. Approaches to their solution have generally been conceived in terms of “programs. “ Many types of input are combined in the process of program substantiation, some of which, such as technical inputs, differ significantly according to the nature of the program. By contrast, management issues of planning and implementation arise irrespective of the particular problem area addressed.
KeywordsSystem Level National System Organisational Strategy Organisational Response Relevant Environment
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