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          Time as an Instrument for the Creation of Value

        Abstract
        The city is in a constant state of change, Iris Schutten argues in her essay. In order to respond to transformation, recession, growth or decline, there is an ever-increasing call for the use of interim, flexible planning processes, natural local regeneration and open-source working methods in architecture and urban development. This often conflicts, however, with the existing practice of development and management. The two disciplines rely on definite information; there is little room for the unexpected. Scope for uncertainty and flux might be found by having the two disciplines merge into development-based management. By literally leaving open and unplanned room for unexpected developments, unforeseen circumstances can be taken into account, such as financial setbacks or modified insights. For both architecture and urban regeneration, ‘room for difference’ is a more fruitful starting point than the ‘utopia of equality and uniformity’. The essay includes additional reflection on development-based management using descriptions of several real-life examples. 
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        Citation
        Schutten, I. (2011). Development-Based Management. Time as an Instrument for the Creation of Value. Productive Uncertainty. Indeterminacy in Spatial Design, Planning and Management, OASE, (85), 88–100. Retrieved from https://oasejournal.nl/en/Issues/85/Development-BasedManagement

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