Decision making is different in communities than in corporations or non-profits in at least seven different ways. Here they are.
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Almost every problem in cities could be made easier if more residents could be turned into responsibility-seeking citizens. Great news: Cities are uniquely positioned to make this happen.
Governments are moving from being providers to partners. But this requires a set of skills by government leaders and, even more daunting, it requires restraint.
Consumer Reports built its reputation for fairness and reliability over a 74-year period. But you can borrow parts of the magazine’s formula in making tough decisions in your community.
How will social networking affect communities and their leadership? It will dramatically lower the cost of community organizing. We’ll see more protest groups but we’ll see something far more important: an era of shared responsibility.