Part One: Understanding Leadership in Shared-Power Settings.
1 When No One Is in Charge: The Meaning of Shared Power.
2 Leadership Tasks in a Shared-Power World: Leadership in Context, and Personal Leadership.
3 Leadership Tasks in a Shared-Power World: Team and Organizational Leadership.
4 Leadership Tasks in a Shared-Power World: Visionary, Political, and Ethical Leadership.
5 Policy Entrepreneurship and the Common Good.
Part Two: The Process of Policy Entrepreneurship.
6 Forging an Initial Agreement to Act.
7 Developing an Effective Problem Definition to Guide Action.
8 Searching for Solutions in Forums.
9 Developing a Proposal That Can Win in Arenas.
10 Adopting Policy Proposals.
11 Implementing and Evaluating New Policies, Programs, and Plans.
12 Reassessing Policies and Programs.
Summary and Conclusion.
Resource A: Conflict Management.
Resource B: A Guide to Oval Mapping.
Resource C: Seven Zones.
Resource D: Forums, Arenas, and Courts.
Resource E: Future Search.
Resource F: Initial Policy Retreats.