DetacheringGovernance

Wij zorgen voor adviseurs en (interim) managers bij (tijdelijke) capaciteitsnood. Meestal betreft het versterking van de afdelingen beleid en vergunningverlening en/of handhaving. De werkwijze bij detachering is dat wij deels in uw organisatie werken en deels de dossiers in onze backoffice afhandelen. Dit levert voor u als klant een efficiencyvoordeel op en spaart u kosten.
Voorbeelden van detacheringen zijn:
– Interim managers
– Procesmanagers
– Vergunningverleners
– Handhavers
– Monsternemers
– Juristen
– Watertoetsers
– Hydrologen
– Communicatie- adviseurs
– GIS- specialisten

Hierbij geven wij ook graag vorm aan een veranderopgave of invulling aan reorganisatie wat vaak speelt bij tijdelijke vervanging van management. Onze aanpak hierbij is mensgericht waarbij de talenten van uw medewerkers centraal staan binnen een werkbare organisatiestructuur. Hierbij is onze meerwaarde dat wij vanuit gedegen kennis van de werkinhoud kunnen overzien welke verbeteringen in uw organisatie en/of het functioneren van mensen mogelijk zijn en hoe die vervolgens te realiseren zijn.

Of course most projects have governance aspects that need to be covered. In the water sector the importance of governance is very obvious.

Water governance addresses among other things:

1. Principles such as equity and efficiency in water resource and services allocation and distribution, water administration based on catchments, the need for integrated water management approaches and the need to balance water use between socio-economic activities and ecosystems.

2. The formulation, establishment and implementation of water policies, legislation and institutions.

3. Clarification of the roles of government, civil society and the private sector and their responsibilities regarding ownership, management and administration of water resources and services.

How societies choose to govern their water resources and services has profound impacts on people’s livelihood opportunities and sustainable development of water resources. Access to water is, for many people, a matter of daily survival or of breaking the vicious circle of poverty. Improving water governance will thus provide one cornerstone to alleviate poverty.

For better understanding it is important to addres the social, economic, political and environmental sustainability dimensions, as shown in this diagram.

Dimensions of water governance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our company can support you with the following products or activities:

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  • Integrated water management: water governance and sustainable use of water resources
  • Legislation and new approaches: establishing (international) legal frameworks and conflict-prevention strategies
  • Inter-sectoral dialogue and coordination
  • Stakeholder participation and conflict resolution
  • Organisational change management processes
  • Water rights and permits
  • The role of women in water management
  • Water quantity and quality standards
  • Bureaucratic obstacles and corruption
  • Price regulation and subsidies
  • Tax incentives and credits (for development of a cost effective water management)
  • Partnerships: building (inter)national partnerships and water networks
  • Institutional development: institutional capacity building (administrative, legislative and managerial), training and education, knowledge exchange

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