This organisational structure was developed to accommodate a large number of stakeholders. It was important to ensure that all groups had a say in the organisation while still being held accountable in way. (see table in 3. Description of accountability)
2. Diagram of Structure
3. Description of accountability
|Trustee Representation||Interest Groups||Members||Non/Voting|
|Staff (3 Trustees)||Field Station Staff (3 Trustees)||Research Station||Voting|
|Field Stations||Non voting|
|Visitors (3 Trustees)||Student and Research Organisations||University Research (International)||Voting|
|Scientific Institutions (International)||Voting|
|Local schools||Non voting|
|Nature Clubs||Non voting|
|Tourist Industry||Public Information Centres||Non voting|
|Tourist Accommodation||Non voting|
|Tourism – Local Governments||Non voting|
|Land Management||Geopark||UN Organisation||Voting|
|(3 Trustees)||Forest Services||Voting|
|Farmers||3 Counties||Non voting|
|XYZ Enterprises||Sustainable Ecosystem Management||Enterprises||Voting|
|(3 Trustees)||And Resource Stewardship||EU organisation||Non voting|
|ABC Country organisation||Non voting|
|TRUSTEES TOTAL: 12|
4. Impact on success of organisation
The expectation is that this organisational structure will encourage:
- Input from all groups which will ensure that all key information and learning is captured.
- Engagement and commitment from all groups which should increase resources available.
- Trust (transparency, mutual support and consistency) which will improve the decision making process.
5. Other notes
None at this time
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