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C2 cn governance_intro_johan

  1. 1. Governance for C2C An introduction to „governance‟ for sustainability: what and why? July 12th 2010 Johan Hovelynck – Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
  2. 2. Governance Governance:  “the act of governing”  “shifting pattern in styles of governing” Johan Hovelynck – Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
  3. 3. Governance Corporate governance Relational governance Network governance Self-governance New public management Public-private partnerships Community governance Good governance New governance Global governance Johan Hovelynck – Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
  4. 4. Governance ‘Government’ ‘Governance’  Institutions  Stakeholders  Legitimate power  Legitimate interests  Positional / legal  Relational /  Political commitment bureaucracy  Community  …  … Johan Hovelynck – Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
  5. 5. Governance Governance Governance within ‘government’ beyond ‘government’  „Good governance‟,  „Network governance‟, „new public manage- „collaborative gover- ment„ nance‟, „multi-actor‟  New quality standards:  Revised approach to efficient, transparent, governing: actors, accountable partnerships, dispersed initiatives  Structure unchanged  Structure diversified Johan Hovelynck – Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
  6. 6. Governance Governance Governance within ‘government’ beyond ‘government’ „government‟ „multi-actor‟ „participation‟ „civil society‟ Johan Hovelynck – Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
  7. 7. Multi-actor governance ‘Government’ ‘Governance’ A double shift:  The actors involved:  From government & society  To multiple stakeholders  The organizing principles:  From procedural: structures, roles and rules  To relational: reciprocal commitments Johan Hovelynck – Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
  8. 8. Mechanisms of coordination  Market  “Entrepreneurs will achieve sustainability through technological innovations in response to scarcities”  But: externalities, tragedy of the commons  Hierarchy  “Government has to enforce sustainability”  But: steering capacity of government limited  Networks / multi-actor governance  Sustainability needs a coordinated effort from government actors, business actors and civil society actors Art Dewulf – Cradle to Cradle Network –
  9. 9. Good C2C practices  Require eco-effective design  Technological innovation  Investment  …  Requires business-government-citizen triangle reconfigured for recycling  Supply chain re-engineering  Enabling legislation  Citizen initiatives  …  Requires large-scale application/impact  Market share  Sector-wide changes  … Art Dewulf – Cradle to Cradle Network –
  10. 10. Multi-actor governance  Transition management  Innovate now for kl change on the long term  Network governance  Mobilize and tweak lml existing networks  Social learning  Create spaces for klklklklkkll dialogue  Adaptive governance  Be prepared for an klkl uncertain future  Multi-actor  Negotiate with your collaboration jkj adversaries  Policy agenda setting  Recognize windows of opportunity Art Dewulf – Cradle to Cradle Network –
  11. 11. Conditions for innovation in networks  Creating „new connections‟  Business alliances, public-private partnerships, …  Platforms for committed partners: „minimal structures‟  Between understructured and overstructured  Social learning: „communities of practice‟  Learn from reflection on practice  „Loose couplings‟ between innovation networks and power networks (Termeer & Kranendonk, 2009) Art Dewulf – Cradle to Cradle Network –
  12. 12. New strategies for government actors  Keying  Tuning innovations and existing regulations  Improvising  Trying out new things, pushing the boundaries  Certifying  Noticing and publicly supporting innovative activities  Integrating  Incorporating innovations into existing organizational identities and procedures Art Dewulf – Cradle to Cradle Network –
  13. 13. Dilemma‟s and tensions  Change versus stability  innovating versus structuring  Humility versus heroism  long term processes versus pressure to score  Networks versus transparency  complexity versus accountability  Governing innovation versus innovating governance  new ideas versus usual routines Art Dewulf – Cradle to Cradle Network –
  14. 14. Governance in C2C C2CN governance framework  will be mailed to you  will be available at the C2CN website Thanks for your attention! Keep an eye on governance ;-) Johan Hovelynck – Art Dewulf – Koen Siips Cradle to Cradle Network – Cycloop group
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