A methodology to support a concerted approach when the context is non-collaborative
by Maria Franca Norese; Roberto Galliano; Diana Rolando
International Journal of Decision Support Systems (IJDSS), Vol. 1, No. 4, 2015

Abstract: A rigorous and flexible methodology can help the preliminary phases of complex public projects by facilitating the operational steps and preparing the ground for shared acceptance. A methodology, strategic choice approach, helps to shape decision problems, to design and compare feasible solutions and to control uncertainties and risks. The methodology has here been applied to support a public project in Italy, in which the technological and organisational problems were not structured by a group of stakeholder representatives, but by a more restricted working group, in the ambit of a feasibility study, and with the aim of facilitating organisational learning, communication and collaboration between the Public Administrations and the other stakeholders.

Online publication date: Thu, 04-Feb-2016

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