The long-term goal of this project was to enable public managers and policymakers/elected officials to be intentional and evidence-based in selecting the components of their citizen involvement techniques used in budgeting, performance measurement, and management processes. This will maximize the value for both citizens and managers. As part of our research, we worked with the […]
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As part of Mayor Chris Beutler’s continuing Taking Charge initiative, a random sample of Lincolnites were surveyed by telephone in early December of 2009 and then an online survey was offered to residents who were not invited to take the phone survey. The results of the surveys were used to inform city budget decisions that […]
On the evening of February 24th, 2005, 162 randomly selected residents of Lincoln/Lancaster County gathered to participate in “A Community Conversation: Future of Lincoln”, on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The Conversation provided an opportunity for ordinary Lincolnites to discuss their views about the city’s future development plans and quality of life. The […]
Shank, N. Sutter, H., Final Report Public Feedback re Rules Change June 2013
Herian, M. N., & Tomkins, A. J. (2012) Citizen satisfaction survey data: A mode comparison of the derived-importance performance approach. American Review of Public Administration, 42(1), 66-86.
Lincoln Community Energy Conversation 2012. (2012 October).
Perkins, T. and Shank, N. (2012). Fusion Project Evaluation: Telephone Survey – Random Sample of Lincoln Residents.
Taking Charge 2012: Satisfaction of Residents of Lincoln, Nebraska. (2012 April).