Australian experiments with whole of government approaches to policy development, implementation and service delivery are increasing. This new way of organising promises to balance the dominant structural principle of functional silos with horizontal linkages and coordination. Governments use whole of government approaches to produce integrated service delivery and deal with 'wicked problems' across jurisdictions and portfolios. This project will develop a framework for assessing such approaches and generating best practice guidelines to enable effective and efficient government. The project team of leading and emerging scholars and key government agencies will complete a comprehensive analysis and contribute significantly to knowledge.
|Whole of Government: Evaluating frameworks for int
|Effective start/end date
|30/04/08 → 20/04/15
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