Mastering the politics of planning: crafting credible plans and policies that make a difference
Mastering the Politics of Planning shows how planners and policy analysts can actively manage the implementation of their plans--and so ensure their success. It reveals how such political skills as networking, conflict resolution, and coalition building are as important as technical expertise in determining whether a plan will succeed or fail--and reveals ways planners can develop these skills.
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Why Planning Is So Political
Responsibilities of an Effective Planner
Myths and Realities
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