Navigation by Judgment: Why and When Top Down Management of Foreign Aid Doesn't Work
- 9h 22m 19s
- Dan Honig
- Recorded Books, Inc.
This audio edition reveals that aid agencies will often benefit from giving field agents the authority to use their own judgments to guide aid delivery.
In this Audiobook
1. Introduction: The Management of Foreign Aid
2. When to Let Go: The Costs and Benefits of Navigation by Judgment
3. Agents: Who Does the Judging?
4. Authorizing Environments and the Perils of Legitimacy Seeking
5. How to Know What Works Better, When: Data, Methods, and Empirical Operationalization
6. Journey without Maps: Environmental Unpredictability and Navigation Strategy
7. Tailoring Management to Suit the Task: Project Verifiability and Navigation Strategy
8. Delegation and Control Revisited
9. Conclusion: Implications for the Aid Industry and Beyond
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