Inter-organisational coordination: structures and dynamics of subnational project management in Bangladesh
A. H. M. Kamrul Ahsan
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2018, vol. 40, issue 3, 198-205
This discussion explores the state of inter-organisational coordination at the subnational level in Bangladesh, with a particular focus on the experience of upazilas as subdistricts. The focus is on the coordination mechanisms in place, the factors affecting their use, and the consequences of their not working appropriately. The findings confirm the need for them continually to be worked at and enhanced for desired results to be achieved.
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