Consensus in Columbia

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Residents in Columbia, Missouri are taking part in an interesting exercise, called the Community Choices Open House. Recently, participants ranked strategies developed by 13 Citizen Topic Groups.

Complex regional economic development strategies need consensus to fuel their implementation. There is no one way to develop consensus. Communities and regions need to improvise, experiment with promising approaches. Adjust and adapt. That's why studying examples like Columbia can provide good insights into what might work for you. Read more.

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