Conduff, Mike
June 2012
Public Management (00333611);Jun2012, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p30
The article offers insights on how good governance can be sustainable and to pursue all types of sustainable practices. It discusses how to encourage and foster sustainable governance in terms of succession planning. It also cites the top 10 ways to attain sustainability in governance which include keeping the council educated, conducting a council retreat with succession planning as the main topic, and holding a council candidate orientation.


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