The subject of the present study is the Social Dialogue Management among Social Partners on Employment Matters.
Social dialogue is defined to include all types of negotiation, consultation or simply exchange of information between social partners on issues of common interests relating to economic and social policy and is practically the main mechanism through which social partners communicate, exchange aspects and find solutions.
Project management literature is mainly aimed at the business community, with little focus on city, civic and community groups. Little sharing of best practices between business and community groups appears. The author hopes to reveal success and failure indicators concerning the effectiveness of social dialogue and map those to academic theories.