Despite a general consensus on the importance of collaborative settings for the solution of ‘wicked’ problems, questions of how to successfully manage public networks remain without a clear answer. Some authors highlighted the importance of the network structure and context; other authors shed light on network management and coordination mechanisms. More recently, some scholars have stressed the criticality of ‘soft’ factors, such as interorganizational trust. In this multifaceted landscape, the goal of the special issue is to stimulate a dialogue on the functioning of public networks, and contribute to the development of sound knowledge about how to make them succeed.

Cristofoli, D., Meneguzzo, M., Riccucci, N. (2017). Collaborative administration: the management of successful networks. PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 19(3), 275-283 [10.1080/14719037.2016.1209236].

Collaborative administration: the management of successful networks

Cristofoli, D
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2017

Abstract

Despite a general consensus on the importance of collaborative settings for the solution of ‘wicked’ problems, questions of how to successfully manage public networks remain without a clear answer. Some authors highlighted the importance of the network structure and context; other authors shed light on network management and coordination mechanisms. More recently, some scholars have stressed the criticality of ‘soft’ factors, such as interorganizational trust. In this multifaceted landscape, the goal of the special issue is to stimulate a dialogue on the functioning of public networks, and contribute to the development of sound knowledge about how to make them succeed.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
public network, collaboration, network success
English
2017
19
3
275
283
none
Cristofoli, D., Meneguzzo, M., Riccucci, N. (2017). Collaborative administration: the management of successful networks. PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 19(3), 275-283 [10.1080/14719037.2016.1209236].
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