Competing Values in Governance and Institutions

… a core term used in Governance and Institutions and Atlas100

Definition

The design and evolution of institutions and their governance and management are influenced by myriad values and aims, many of which are in tension. Examples include:

Program Integrity

Immediate Fix

Specific Result

Risk Mitigation

Accountability

Oversight

Transparency

Equity

Equality

Equality of Outcome

Exercising Rights

Compassion

Obligation

Compliance

Prudence

Impartiality

Due Process

Administrative Clarity

Comprehensive Rules

Taking a Detached Perspective

Finding Balance

Staying Safe

Local Autonomy

Sustainable Solution

Capacity Building

Encouraging Innovation

Outcomes

Empowerment

Compromise

Efficiency

Competition

Equality of Opportunity

Taking Responsibility

Performance

Incentive

Effectiveness

Initiative

Judgment

Discretion

Red Tape Reduction

Deregulation

Engaging the Issue

Activating Ambition

Developing Resilience

Atlas topic, subject, and course

The Study of Governance and Institutions (core topic) in Governance and Institutions and Atlas100 Governance and Institutions.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 28 January 2018.