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Record number 357486
Title Op zoek naar ruimte voor landbouw en natuur: community of Practice
Author(s) Baltussen, W.H.M.; Peet, G.F.V. van der
Source Den Haag : LEI (Rapport / LEI 4.07.03) - ISBN 9789086151608 - 26
Department(s) LEI MARKT & K - Ketenprestaties
Research
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) intensieve veehouderij - landgebruiksplanning - gedragscode - besluitvorming - natuurbescherming - landgebruik - boeren - nederland - onderzoek - overeenkomsten - reconstructie - noord-brabant - intensive livestock farming - land use planning - code of practice - decision making - nature conservation - land use - farmers - netherlands - research - agreements - reconstruction - noord-brabant
Categories Agricultural Economics (General) / Land Use Planning
Abstract In dit rapport is de methodiek van de Community of Practice (CoP) beschreven. Dit is geïllustreerd aan de hand van een praktijkvoorbeeld in het reconstructiegebied Beerze Reusel. Een CoP is onder andere geschikt om complexe problemen aan te pakken waar meerdere partijen bij betrokken zijn en waarbij niemand tot een geschikte oplossing kan komen. Daarnaast zijn praktische handvatten vermeld voor organisaties die in de toekomst met een CoP aan de slag willen. In this report the method Community of Practice (CoP) is described. The different steps of the method are illustrated by a practical example in the region Beerze Reusel in the Netherlands. A CoP is suitable for a complex problem where many organisations are involved and none of them can find a suitable solution. Practical do's and don'ts are presented for the different steps to help organisations which want to use the CoP method in the future.
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