That might seem like a bold claim, but Dave Biggs at MetroQuest is staking it: The 1st generation of public engagement, version 1.0, was dominated by traditional public meetings…With the advent of online engagement tools we’ve entered the 2nd generation, … More
In a review published on Stanford University Social Innovation Review website, Melody Barnes; a senior fellow at Results for America and Chair of the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions, and Paul Schmitz; CEO of Leading Inside Out, a consulting firm … More
“How Are WE Doing?” is designed to offer governments a lens through which they can evaluate their agencies public processes, and to give them the opportunity to apply for recognition of successful engagement.
CCPE has created a white paper on the value of engagement that goes beyond conventional methods to empower residents to take more active and direct roles in their local communities
New Report from the Aspen Institute: “21st Century Civic Infrastructure: Under Construction.”