Researching regulatory priorities

Coordinating studies in a comprehensive manner. The effect is to call into question the contraction in consensus-making.
An integral part of enabling participatory regulation by training the individual to enlarge his policy-making scope to a global level while participating at grassroots level; and by gathering, coordinating and distributing global information.
Tactics include: regulate resources to identify the location of resources and services to determine equitable distribution; policy consensus to allow input of the individual into decision-making; bureaucratic studies to provide the comprehensive data for time-lining key priorities; policy projections to set forth psychological trends to impact administrative-employee relationships; and regulatory models to evaluate existing methods and for the purpose of revising priorities of needs and distribution. An example is the relationship of labour to management in bargaining practices.
Type Classification:
F: Exceptional strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 4: Quality Education