Community Management

Community management or common-pool resource management is the management of a common resource or issue by a community through the collective action of volunteers and stakeholders. The resource managed can be either material or informational. Examples include the management of common grazing and water rights; fisheries and open source software. In the case of physical resources, community management strategies are frequently employed to avoid the tragedy of the commons and to encourage sustainability.

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Pine Mountain Club, California - Community Management
... The PMC community is managed by the Pine Mountain Club Property Owners Association, Inc ... which is governed by a nine-member volunteer board of directors and a group of documents the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC R's ), bylaws, the association rules, and an Environmental Control (EC) code ...
Nandanavana - Community Management
... The community is managed by Nirman Properties Maintenance Organization (NIPMO) ... Every plot owner is expected to be part of this organization by paying the necessary fees ...
Community Management - Methods of Management
... A community may itself be actively developed and managed in order to promote communal activity and welfare ... to a specialist professional called a community manager ...

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