A Framework for Integrating and Managing Expectations of Multiple Stakeholder Groups in a Collaborative Partnership
The success of collaborative partnerships depends on the integration and management of multiple stakeholder expectations to develop mutually agreeable solutions that lead to desired environmental conditions and social well-being. The North Carolina Sentinel Landscapes Partnership (NCSLP) provides an example of a coalition representing Extension, military, conservation, natural resources, and economic interests to address conservation of forest and farm lands. This article presents a framework for determining the diverse expectations of large collaborative programs and integrating them into an outcome-based decision making model.
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Diaz, J. M., Jayaratne, K., Bardon, R. E., & Hazel, D. (2014). A Framework for Integrating and Managing Expectations of Multiple Stakeholder Groups in a Collaborative Partnership. The Journal of Extension, 52(3), Article 27. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol52/iss3/27