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How to Design Stakeholder Engagement and Participatory Planning Processes. Jonathan Bucki Dendros Group www.dendros.com. Think of a participatory process as a natural journey, a natural system. Use your understanding of how people and systems work. . How we go through life….

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How to design stakeholder engagement and participatory planning processes

How to Design Stakeholder Engagement and Participatory Planning Processes

Jonathan Bucki

Dendros Group

www.dendros.com


Think of a participatory process as a natural journey a natural system

Think of a participatory process as a natural journey, a natural system

Use your understanding of how people and systems work.


How we go through life

How we go through life…

We take in life.

We have an emotional response.

We make meaning, reflect.

We do something.


How we go through life and it goes on and on and on

How we go through life…And it goes on and on and on…


And sometimes we take detours and dig a little deeper

And sometimes, we take detours and dig a little deeper.


Consider participatory planning as a scaled expression of this pattern

Consider Participatory Planning as a Scaled Expression of this pattern.

Our System takes on a vision for the future.

We sometimes get in our own way.

We can make strategies to advance our vision.

We will do something.


Design for results that matter

Design for Results that Matter

How will our system be different because of our planning process?

Pay attention to the whole and the parts.

Our intended results aren’t necessarily accomplished in a linear fashion, rather are the end-state we wish to generate through planning.


Adjust the phases to accomplish your intended results

Adjust the phases to accomplish your intended results

We take in life.

We have an emotional response.

We make meaning, reflect.

We do something.


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Consider your stakeholders

  • Not everyone makes all decisions.

  • Stakeholders make different kinds of decisions.

  • Participation and Consensus building often fail when there are unrealized expectations among stakeholders.

  • Negotiate decision-making and participation up front, as early as possible, to avoid upset and slow downs.

Consider Your Stakeholders


More friendly advice

More Friendly Advice…

Consider building your team’s facilitation capacity

Consider using a small Guiding Team to position the project for success. They focus on process, not content.

Over-communicate.

Trust your gut; Fake it till you make it.

Planning is not rational. It is more art than science.

The result of planning, is not a plan.


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How to Design Stakeholder Engagement and Participatory Planning Processes

Jonathan Bucki

Dendros Group

www.dendros.com

www.GoodWorktools.com

Office: 651 298 1343

Mobile: 651 428 1191

413 Wacouta Street

Suite 400

St. Paul, MN 55101


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