THE INTEGRATED MODEL OF TERRITORIAL MANAGEMENT: A BET FOR PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

Janeth Patricia Muñoz Eraso

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The current context poses new challenges in public action, which leads to a grounded understanding of the territory, the stakeholders and territorial dynamics, and the adoption of contemporary models and tools that facilitate citizen participation; the articulation of stakeholders; collaborative work; transparency; ethics and public innovation. Based on literature review, this article presents the main postulates of the public management models that serve as reference for the proposal of an Integrated Model of Territorial Management (IMTM), which helps to visualize the territorial particularities and specificities in order to propose strategies and tools that promote a comprehensive development of the territories. It is concluded that public management models present interesting principles for territorial management, however, they are not a "straitjacket" because each territorial scenario presents its own characteristics, which should be taken into account when designing public policies and territorial management plans.

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public management, public policies, public management models, territorial public management, governance, participation, actors, territory.

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ISSN 1809-239X