Bringing Citizen Voices to the Table A Guide for Public Managers

ISBN-10: 1118230876
ISBN-13: 9781118230879
Edition: 2013
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Description: This important resource offers seven field–tested strategies for public managers to help them maximize citizen engagement as they implement the President′s Open Government Directive. The Core Strategies for Citizen Engagement are: Establish Links to  More...

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Book details

List price: $52.50
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 12/14/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 448
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

This important resource offers seven field–tested strategies for public managers to help them maximize citizen engagement as they implement the President′s Open Government Directive. The Core Strategies for Citizen Engagement are: Establish Links to Decision–Makers; Ensure Demographic Diversity; Create Opportunities for Informed Participation; Maximize Tools of Facilitated Deliberation; Discover Shared Priorities; Establish Clear Recommendations for Action; and Sustain Citizen Engagement. The book includes project and leadership case studies from major federal agencies that elucidate the seven strategies in the context of real–world issues and challenges.

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Foreword
Preface: Public Service and the Revitalization of American Democracy
Introduction: The Case for Citizen Engagement
Citizen Engagement in the United States
America Speaks and the 21st Century Town Meeting
Understanding the Power of Citizen Engagement: A Story of Post-Katrina New Orleans
Citizen Engagement from the Public Manager's Perspective
Strategy One: Know the Context
Public Manager Perspectives: The Light Brown Apple Moth and the Importance of Knowing the Context
Strategy Two: Link to Decision Makers
Public Manager Perspectives: The Public
Engagement Project on Pandemic Influenza
Roger Bernier, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Strategy Three: Achieve Diverse Participation
Public Manager Perspectives: Achieving Diverse Participation on Civil Rights Policy
Based on an Interview with Therese McMillan, U.S. Department of Transportation
Strategy Four: Create a Safe Public Space
Public Manager Perspectives: Building Capacity to Facilitate Public Dialogue
Deborah Dalton, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Strategy Five: Inform Participants
Public Manager Perspectives: Be Fair, Be Open, Be Honest: Principles for Informing the Public and Regaining Their Trust
Strategy Six: Discover Shared Priorities
Public Manager Perspectives: The Mountain Pine Beetle Coalition
Strategy Seven: Sustain Citizen Engagement
Public Manager Perspectives: Embedding
Citizen Engagement in Government Policy Development Processes Through Advisory Councils
Based on an Interview with Bruce Gilbert, Rural Secretariat, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Using Online Tools to Support Citizen Engagement
Infrastructure Needs in a Democracy
Epilogue: Who Is Responsible for Our Nation's Democracy? We All Are!
References
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
The Author
Biographies of Public Managers with Case Studies in This Book
Organizations and Networks Practicing in the Field of Deliberative Democracy in the United States
America Speaks Projects by Subject Area
Convening Leading Practitioners and Scholars
Notes
Index

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