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Re-Envisioning a Network’s Strategy: A case study

Posted by Steve Waddell in Events on February 17, 2010

The Access Initiative is the world’s largest network of civil society organizations working to ensure that people have the right and ability to influence decisions about the natural resources that sustain their communities. After a decade, they undertook a re-envisioning process to review and redefine the network's approach, strategy, and...

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Creating Coherence: Four Global Action Network Cases

Posted by Steve Waddell in Events on December 16, 2009

Global Action Networks (GANs – global multi-stakeholder change networks) represent a strategy that became increasingly popular in the 1990s as an innovative way to address global issues. Pieter Glasbergen has been looking at a number of them, to deepen understanding about their potential in global public problem-solving. In particular, he...

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Major Network Change: The Global Knowledge Partnership

Posted by Steve Waddell in Events on October 21, 2009

This webinar looks at the actual process for moving the Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP) from “version 2.0” to “version 3.0”. It reviews events, decisions, and processes from the decision by the GKP Executive Committee (ExComm – the Board of GKP) in September, 2008 to dramatically change GKP, to its reformulation...

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