Collaborative Leadership

A Peacebuilding Tool for a Conflict-Sensitive Approach to Development: A Pilot Initiative in Nepal

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Author: Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Publication date: 2014

The peacebuilding tool is an analytical tool for assisting project team leaders and social experts in understanding the local context, and in identifying potential risks to implementation of development projects that are linked to social conflicts, as well as in formulating mitigation measures for addressing these risks.

Inclusion, Resilience, Change: ADB’s Strategy 2020 at Mid-Term

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Author: Asian Development Bank
Publication date: 2014

The midterm review of Strategy 2020 provides the Asian Development Bank (ADB) a precious opportunity to draw on its vast experience over the first 5 years of the strategy's implementation.

Ted Talk Fred Swaniker: The leaders who ruined Africa, and the generation who can fix it

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Before he hit eighteen, Fred Swaniker had lived in Ghana, Gambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. What he learned from a childhood across Africa was that while good leaders can't make much of a difference in societies with strong institutions, in countries with weak structures, leaders could make or break a country.

In a passionate talk the entrepreneur and TED Fellow looks at different generations of African leaders and imagines how to develop the leadership of the future.

20 Essential TED Talks for Future Leaders

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Author: Writers, S.
Publication date: 2012

If you want to get to the top in any field, whether it’s business, science, or even construction, you have to have some pretty solid leadership skills. This article presents a collection of some of the best TED Talks for anyone, young or old, hoping to hone their leadership abilities.

Innovation in institutional collaboration. The role of interlocutors.

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Author: Fowler, A.
Publication date: 2014, In: ISS Working Paper Series / General Series , Volume 584 p. 1- 29

The world is said to be confronted with complex issues working against the long term well-being of people and planet that can only be effectively addressed through (hyper) collective effort. Past approaches to collaboration are however not good enough for operating in tomorrow’s conditions.

Drawing on Actor Network Theory, this paper explores a category of actant – an interlocutor – as potentially crucial in committing to, arranging and holding together complex collective action engagements. 

Using Participatory Three-Dimensional Modelling to facilitate community decision making: a case study from the Vanuatu Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change project

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Author: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
Publication date: 2014

The PACC Vanuatu project team identified participatory three-dimensional modelling (P3DM) as a valuable tool to facilitate community participation and decision making in the project.

A vote of confidence: retrospective voting in Africa

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Author: Ellis, E.
Publication date: 2014, In: Afroboarometer, Working Paper No 147

This study asks attention for the importance of retrospective voting in Africa, through which voters offer positive reinforcement for good presidential behavior. The author argues that the African electoral fortunes denote a vote of confidence, and tests that contention by regressing vote intention against performance evaluations.

Multi-Stakeholder Sustainability Alliances in Agri-Food Chains: A Framework for Multi-Disciplinary Research

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Authors: Dentoni, D. & Peterson, C.
Publication date: 2011 In: International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 14 (5)

This study provides a definition of Multi-Stakeholder Sustainability Alliances (MSSAs) based on describing the platforms formed and/or joined by the fifty largest food and beverage multinational corporations (MNCs).

Unfolding the power of ESD. Lessons learned and way forward.

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Authors: The Swedish International Centre of Education for Sustainable Development (SWEDESD)
Publication date: 2012

This conference report contains key messages on the future development of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), based on the knowledge exchange and creative co-thinking of 120 policy makers, researchers and practitioners at the conference on ESD, held in Sweden in 2012. 

The Inquiry Based Approach (IBA) - a facilitator's handbook

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Authors: Westin, M., Calderon, C. & Hellquist, A. (eds.)
Publication date: 2014

The Inquiry Based Approach (IBA) has been developed to facilitate multi-stakeholder collaboration for the transformation of situations which are contested, uncertain and complex; known as “wicked situations”. Drawing on learning theory and the action research tradition, the IBA revolves around an inquiry, a question that enables collaboration among various stakeholders. 

This handbook can be used as course material in training for facilitators or as a standalone guide for designing and facilitating collaboration.