This document discusses the challenges and dilemmas in multi-stakeholder partnering work, particularly the development and use of metrics to measure progress. It is aimed particularly at partner organisations, and individuals hired to aid in the facilitation, monitoring or management of partnerships as independent, ‘external’, third-parties.
Through a fictitious dialogue, it highlights the need for sensitively tracking and evaluating the performance of partnerships in which individuals are engaged. With an intentional focus on the oil and gas sector, this work is an alternative source of information on partnership brokering, providing a contrast to the growing number of more serious guides, manuals and academic journal articles on the subject. The tools and principles presented in this book are, however, transferable to other businesses and development sectors.
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