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Revision as of 09:42, 22 July 2011

SDDP Local Authorities Troodos
Report Title SDDP Report for members of the local authorities of the mountain and Troodos area
Gr: Έκθεση Πορισμάτων Εργαστηρίου Δομημένου Διαλόγου Μεταξύ Μελών Τοπικής Αυτοδιοίκησης Κοινοτήτων των Ορεινών Περιοχών Τροόδους
Project Diagnosis of training and development needs for the local authorities of the Cyprus Republic
Gr: Παροχή υπηρεσιών διάγνωσης αναγκών μάθησης και ανάπτυξης στους οργανισμούς τοπικής αυτοδιοίκησης της Κυπριακής Δημοκρατίας
Triggering Question What influences the efficient operation of local authorities?
Gr: Τι περιορίζει την αποτελεσματική λειτουργία της τοπικής αυτοδιοίκησης;
Author(s) Aleco Christakis
Elena Aristodemou
Georgina Siitta Achilleos
Future Worlds Center
Editor(s) Marios Michaelides
Marios Constantinou
Vasos Savvides
Cyprus Academy of Public Administration
Total Duration 16 hrs
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Executive Summary

The Troodos Co-Laboratory was part of 10 Structured Dialogic Design dialogues, which took place between December 2009 and February 2010 all over Cyprus and were implemented by Future Worlds Center. They were part of a Ministry of Finance, Government Tender that aimed the improvement and advancement of the role and operation of the Cypriot local authorities. The Troodos co-Laboratory was the last of the 10 and took place at the Forest Park (Platres, Troodos) between 16-17 February, 2010. Twenty four representatives of regional local authorities participated in the dialogue. Participants included both elected officials and employees of near-by local authorities.
The Knowledge Management Team included Mr. Savvas Savva, President of the Local Authorities Union of Limassol and Mr. Marios Michaelides, Vice-President of the Cyprus Academy of Public Administration, in addition to SDD Facilitator Aleco Christakis, Yiannis Laouris and Georgina Siitta Achilleos.

The same Triggering Question (TQ) was used for all 10 SDDPs:

  • What influences the efficient operation of local authorities?

In response to the TQ, the 24 participants came up with 66 obstacles, which were categorized in 10 clusters. Following the voting process, 37 ideas received one or more votes, but only 23 ideas, that received 2 or more votes, were structured to create the influence MAP shown below.

According to the participants of the Troodos Co_Laboratotory, the obstacles with the greatest negative influence on the efficiency of local governance in Cyprus were:

  • Idea #1, The long delays on the side of the government in taking decisions and
  • Idea # 65, The fact that local authorities are not organized in larger complexes

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MAP for the Troodos.
Influence MAP for the Troodos Co-Laboratory.




The Cyprus Academy of Public Administration, operating under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Finance was the sponsor of the dialogues. The 10 structured dialogues were part of a larger project, co-funded by European Structural Funds (80%) and the Cyprus Government (20%) aimed to provide a practical assessment of the needs for training and development of the members of Cypriot local authorities. The diagnosis of the needs fed further modules of the larger project which included practical trainings, visit to countries were best practices could be experienced etc.


The tender was implemented by a consortium of three partners:

  • Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM); as Coordinator
  • Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute (CNTI); in charge of the SDDPs
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Ltd (PwC); in charge of the face-to-face interviews

Tender number: 4/2009; Contract number: 6/2009

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