Uncoordinated policy-making

Visualization of narrower problems
Fragmented policy making
Inconsistent policy making
Contradictory decision-making
Fragmented resource planning
Piecemeal policy-making
Social development policy and planning conventionally deals with social issues on a piecemeal basis. A policy approach that treats each issue separately results in a plethora of government offices to deal with individual social concerns. This fails to recognize the fundamental importance of inter-sectoral coordination at all stages of the planning cycle. Coordination is essential both horizontally across sectors and vertically between the central and local levels.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems