Improving Participative Planning and Decision-Making

Publication year: 
1990

This chapter from a guide to participatory land and water resource management, designed for community leaders and extension officers in Australia, discusses participatory planning for community action. Its main points are: the planning process consists of situational analysis, goal-setting, selection of solutions, development of implementation plans and monitoring and evaluation; seven steps are given to provide understanding of institutional planning undertaken by various agencies in the district; eight steps work through community planning by developing managerial skills; and eight techniques for improving participatory planning are described in detail. The chapter is written in a comprehensible and interactive style.

Pages: 
pp. 173-200
In: 
Working Together for Land Care: Group Management Skills and Strategies
Publisher
Australian Academic Press
Australian Academic Press Pty. Ltd., 32 Jeays St., Bowen Hills, Queensland, 4006 Australia
Brisbane
Publisher reference: 
Australian Academic Press

How to find this resource

Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre
D : Planning 1498