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WHAT IS ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT AND HOW IS IT APPLIED IN U.S. GOVERNMENT CONTEXTS?
While there is no commonly accepted definition of adaptive management, it typically involves an iterative process using new information from organizational learning and knowledge of changing contexts to drive implementation decisions. Adaptive organizations can be nimbler and more effective in their operations, leading to improved outcomes.
Increasingly, government agencies are adopting adaptive management approaches and techniques. For agencies working in the international sphere, being adaptive is particularly important in environments characterized by uncertainty and change.
On Tuesday, June 7th, MSI, A Tetra Tech Company, will bring together four U.S. Government department and agency leaders to share their organization’s experience, approaches, stories and lessons learned on adaptive management.
Please view the recorded session at the link below and feel free to share it with those who were unable to attend.
Note: These are the panelists’ personal views and not necessarily the views of the Department of Defense, the Department of State, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the U.S. Agency for International Development, the U.S. Government, or its components. Panelists’ participation does not constitute an endorsement of MSI, a Tetra Tech company, its affiliates, or any non-Federal entity.