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Practitioner Brief on Factors for Effective Environmental Management Collaboration

CBIE_WP-2018-003

Abstract

This brief grew out of an attempt to distill the early research on a typology of collaboration for use in the field by practitioners attempting to build new collaborations and strengthen existing ones.  Here, we have created a list of the key factors or elements that lead to the success or failure of collaborations. This list builds on our field work as well as the rich literature on the topic. We view this as a first step in our process of creating a typology in which we see how contextual conditions shape how these success factors ultimately influence the success of collaborations.

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Published March 16, 2018

Keywords
Collaboration, Governance, success factors, institutions

Authors

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Candice
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Carr Kelman
Institutional Affiliation: 
Arizona State University

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Ute
Last Name: 
Brady
Institutional Affiliation: 
Arizona State University

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Jacopo
Last Name: 
Baggio
Institutional Affiliation: 
Utah State University

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Jean
Last Name: 
Lee
Institutional Affiliation: 
Colorado College

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Christopher
Last Name: 
Rojas
Institutional Affiliation: 
Arizona State University

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Jaishri
Last Name: 
Srinivasan
Institutional Affiliation: 
Arizona State University

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Sechindra
Last Name: 
Vallury
Institutional Affiliation: 
Arizona State University

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Michael
Last Name: 
Schoon
Institutional Affiliation: 
Arizona State University

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