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Policy Design@IRC 2010

  1. 1. IRC 2010 POLICY DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION PROJECTS <br />M.Kapsali, <br />
  2. 2. Outline <br />- Policy design - Implementation instruments - Projects - Results - Systems Thinking Questions? <br />
  3. 3. Policy design = goals + implementation <br />boundary <br />Problematization, Instruments Implementation Target goals and plans agent- project Other stakeholders <br />boundary <br />boundary <br />Causality- problematization<br />Evaluation systems <br />Implementation agents- projects and targets <br />
  4. 4. Policy design <br />Planning – designers and psychologists- managerialistsReflexive design emergent- bottom up Systemic design both <br />4<br />Top- down implementation instruments Bottom- up implementation <br />Synthesis, network <br />Holistic (How?) <br />
  5. 5. 17 multiple case studies<br />Antimicrobial Resistance policy <br />Information Society eHealth- developing technologies for health<br />3 national EARSS projects- cases <br />4 IST projects- research and development <br />9 eTEN projects- market validation or marketization of a service <br />
  6. 6. Results <br />4 types of tension, goal-goal, goal- instrument, instrument- instrument and evaluation- other components <br />Change management in problematization<br />Focus on the boundary <br />Different types of pressures on the policy- project boundary with different effects <br />Functional instruments and operational specifications- provision of flexibility <br />Attention diverted from the target boundary and management tasks do not deal with change <br />
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  8. 8. Systems Thinking constructs <br /> 1. Boundary tensions 2. Boundary management (managing relations between actors within an institutional space)3. Equifinality (achieving a goal through multiple paths)- management of operational change <br />
  9. 9. Application of Systems Thinking constructs <br />Boundary tensions <br />Boundary management <br />Equifinality <br />Goal- goal, goal- instruments and other tensions 2 types of instruments <br />Spanning, buffering, bringing up team identity<br />Flexibility to manage change vs the other operational criteria <br />
  10. 10. Questions <br />

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