Internal Communication and Inter-Agency Cooperation

So much of what we talk about has to do with inter-agency cooperation but that sort of collaboration must first extend from fluid, internal relationships. In other words: your organization’s departments must first be interdependent on a micro level before your organization can cooperate with another agency on a macro level.

Monty Spicer, of the National Property Management Association’s Northwest Chapter, addressed this very issue in an engaging article he authored in NPMA’s October/November newsletter. The focus of his piece was inter-departmental relations as viewed through his work in Iraq. In his article Spicer stresses the value of constant, reliable communication in the building of working relationships between all associated departments.

Read the full blog post here.

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