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    Sep 13, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

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    I would definitely recommend this course because it is a great learning experience with very experiences fellow learners working in the government itself. It challenges the group learning abilities and fosters your leadership qualities. The most important part of this class is the self stimulating and learning from experiences approach. This helps students with self discipline and taking responsibilities for the studies.

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    Collaborative Governance: Collaborative Governance is way of bringing a group of stakeholders to a final decision in a collaborative way. Leaders engaging with all sectors—public, private, non-profit, citizens, and others—to develop effective, lasting solutions to public problems that go beyond what any sector could achieve on its own. It is essentially not only about collaboration but also decision making. The best public solutions come from people working together on issues. Collaborative governance takes as its starting point the idea that working together creates more lasting, effective solutions. • Various approaches of collaboration • Types of collaboration – Citizen engagement, Networks, Mini-Publics • Challenges in the collaborative efforts • Leadership challenges

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    12+ hours

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    This is a great course for anyone who is looking to advance their careers and skills in public or business administration. It teaches various approached towards any collaborative efforts whether on small level (local) or high level(federal). Apart from this conceptual learning We learn how to work in teams, that develops the interpersonal skills as well as leadership skills which are essential in not only professional career but also personal life.

    • Fall 2016
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