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Building a Citizens' Partnership in Democratic Governance: The Delhi Bhagidari Process through Large-Group Dynamics

Price : $25.75
ISBN # : 9788132111375
Author : George Koreth Kiron Wadhera George Koreth Kiron Wadhera George Koreth & Kiron Wadhera
pages: 372
Edition : Hardcover
Volumes : 1
Publisher : SAGE Publications
Published : 2013

Building a Citizens Partnership in Democratic Governance covers 10 years of efforts (2000 -2010) in building and sustaining citizens partnership with the government and in creating a working democracy in a large city like Delhi. It provides an in-depth coverage of the theory, principles and processes of large-group dynamics . It also presents its practical applicability through the involvement of resident welfare associations, market and trade organizations, industry associations, students eco-clubs, electricity distribution companies, government departments and civic agencies. The book brings out the fact that the major reason behind the success of the partnership is the projects taken up by the resident welfare associations and market and trade associations at the ground level in association with government departments.

Author Bio: George Koreth has been interested in valid and reliable measurement in the social sciences and behavioral sciences, in order to improve organization effectiveness and results. During his career in management of industry, he explored the measurement of responsibility based on the methods developed at the Tavistock Institute, UK. Subsequently, he went deep into reliable instruments and methods of measuring and enhancing human motivation (achievement, power, affiliation, and security motivation) based on Dr David McClelland s work at Harvard University. Midway through his industry career, he moved to teaching and research in management as a professor at the Shri Ram Centre for Human Resources, New Delhi, and was, subsequently, a visiting faculty at Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi University. He has been the University Grants Commission s visiting professor in the social sciences faculty of a central university in New Delhi (2009 2010). On returning to industry, he held senior responsibilities in the HCL Group, including that of HR director and CEO, and was senior vice president (global HR & OD) in Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. Since 1997, he is a consultant to companies on performance improvement through measurable results and an adviser to government organizations on rapid and sustainable change, through multistakeholder participatory processes.
Kiron Wadhera has held various senior responsibilities with the Asian Centre for Organisation Research and Development (ACORD), New Delhi, including that of President and CEO. She was a Member of the Programme Faculty at the International Youth Centre (Vishwa Yuvak Kendra), New Delhi. She was a visiting faculty for two years for the postgraduate course in Communication in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She was also a member of the NGO Prerna and Chairperson of Prerna-CEDPA for two years. She has been a member of the Fulbright Alumni Association and a Fellow of the UN.
Dr Wadhera has 42 years of experience in organisation development, experiential training, survey research, communication and management of socio-economic fi eld projects. Her areas of expertise include motivation and leadership training; designing, organizing and conducting research studies and surveys, both quantitative and qualitative; mass communication, counseling and guidance; personal growth and personality development. She is currently a consultant to the Government of Delhi, India, on developing citizen s partnership with the government on a city-wide basis.

This book was added to South Asia bookstore on Tuesday 27 August, 2013.

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