Table 2. Analytical framework of endogenous variables influencing the process of adaptive co-management.


Properties of Networks
(Newman and Dale 2005, Bodin et al. 2006, Janssen et al. 2006, Sørensen and Torfing 2007, Bodin and Crona 2009)
  Connectivity
• density
• reachability
• betweeness
Centrality
• distribution of links and nodes
Structural importance
• bridging
• bonding

Assets Employed by Agencies, Organizations and Individuals
(Plummer and Armitage 2007a)
Human capital
• skills
• knowledge
• health
Social capital
• networks
• relationships of trust and reciprocity
Natural capital
• stocks
• ecological services
Physical capital
• infrastructure
• goods
Financial capital
• cash
• livestock
• inflows of money

Attributes of Organizations and Individuals
(Westley 2002, Folke et al. 2005, Crona and Bodin 2006, Fabricius et al. 2007, Olsson et al. 2007, Armitage et al. 2009, Berkes 2009)
Leadership
• vision
• ability to exert influence
• authority
Emotions
• perceptions
• values
• attitudes
Capacity
• aptitude for learning
• aptitude to change
• willingness to experiment
Experience
• history
Interpersonal skills
• communication
• openness
• social skills
• conflict resolution

Key Functions of Individuals
(Folke et al. 2003, Folke et al. 2005, Berkes 2009)
Knowledge carriers
• retain memories
Interpreters

• make information and knowledge accessible
Networkers

• connects actors
• facilitates interactions
Stewards and leaders
• shape change
• often embodies other functions as well
Visionaries and innovators
• initiate and inspire change
• willing to experiment

Entrepreneurs

• implementers of innovation
Followers

• willing and working participants
• reinforce values