India Backbone Implementation Network - Launch 19th April 2013
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India Backbone Implementation Network - Launch 19th April 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The India Backbone Implementation Network Catalysing a Movement April 19, 2013
  • 2. Innovations in Planning Engage people in planning and improve implementation Strong, Inclusive Growth Insufficient Action Policy Logjam The Flotilla Advances Muddling Along Scenarios of India Falling Apart
  • 3. Why India Needs a „Backbone‟ CapabilityIndia has huge ‘potential’, but there are many constraints to growth Human Infrastructure, Land, Messy Business Resources, Technology, Cost of credit, Power Environment Regulations Industrial Trade Policies Exchange Rate RelationsImplementation failures are rooted in systemic problems Contention ---> Collaboration Confusion ---> Coordination Intention ---> ImplementationAs a result, implementation bottlenecks exist at multiple levels Centre State City / local 3
  • 4. The Power of Collaboration 4
  • 5. The Power of Alignment Recognizing varying depths of contention and confusion and addressing them appropriately• Mapping the Stakeholder Alignment Formation of “Team” Good Plan of Action stakeholders • Shared Vision with Role Clarity with joint Monitoring• Enrollment into • Common • Goals Plan a process understanding of the • Identify roles and •…• … ‘Systemic’ issues responsibilities • Appreciative of each • … others’ concerns • … Skills, techniques appropriate to each stage 5
  • 6. IBIN: Catalyzing a movement forCollaboration and ImplementationLike „TQM‟ in Japan, IBIN will grow as a movement of learningfacilitated by a network of capabilities• A common language and relevant tools for contexts where better coordination, collaboration, and implementation are required• Tools and techniques include ‘Quality’ tools and social science techniques for dialogue and alignment• Used to identify core issues, design interventions, enlist partners and manage implementation• Some partners with the know-how for these techniques and tools, in India and from abroad, are already in the process of being roped in as IBIN partners 6
  • 7. Catalyzing a growing movement IBIN Node IBIN Network Partners 7
  • 8. The “Tripod” Node Making Knowledge Toolkit connections Repository Development Facilitation1 Sponsors 2 Enablers 3 Channels Financial Resources States Stakeholder + Alignment Human Resources + Project Management + Central Govt. Dept. like PMES + Business Other Fee Development Associations Resources Consultancy Organizations Resources Skills Opportunities 8
  • 9. Thank You. 9