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Backward Mapping

This video brief introduces the four design principles of Backward Mapping, a method for policymakers to design effective policy by starting where the policy meets the public and working their way back through an implementation system. Thus, it is useful for courses focusing on policy process, public management, public systems redesign or implementation. It can be used in conjunction with other scholarly pieces or to set up classroom conversation.

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