Friday, April 4, 2008

Multi-Sector Process

Dear Colleagues

One of the many lessons learned is that socio-economic progress is constrained when efforts are unduly concentrated in any specific sector, ignoring the others. Oftentimes, issues that constrain are associated with some other sector, and success depends on everything working together and not just one bit of the puzzle.

Process that includes all the sectors has much more chance of success than an initiative that has a single sector focus. The process is best when it is inclusive, rather than exclusive.


Peter Burgess

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