Keeping people ‘in the tent’: governance in the New Zealand outdoor activity sector
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Original versionVOLUNTAS - International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 2013, under utgivelse. doi: 10.1007/s11266-013-9425-y
The purpose of this research was to examine governance in the New Zealand outdoor activity sector. We conducted 35 interviews with key personnel from organisations with responsibility for national co-ordination, education, and membership services. Using Brandsen and Pestoff’s (Public Manag Rev 8(4):493–501, 2006) co-processes framework, we describe and analyse governance of the outdoor sector. In so doing, we provide insight into the challenges facing this complex sector with regard to funding and stakeholder relationships, programme delivery, and personality conflicts. We also contribute by highlighting some of the shortcomings of the co-processes model, and offer constructively critical insights for its development.
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