Identity/Domain: Good Governance
There are difference social assumptions about the areas where public-ness and transparency apply, and where privacy applies. For example, governments are in principle transparent to outsiders, while organization interiors are considered generally private to its members, as are the “insides” of families. Within the range of human organizations, the structures and processes of democratic governments are in principle transparent to its members—The People. This public transparency ideal cascades from national to state to local jurisdictions the world over. All our physical places and material assets are embedded in some particular location within some particular jurisdiction in a nested hierarchy of jurisdictions capped with national institutions.
Spectrum of Transparency
Basic premise for an end-state vision of government from a strategy paper on reducing corruption through a public-private partnership (written by Ruud Schrama, President General Manager of Pecten Cameroon Company)
What does "good" mean?
“Good governance is the fabric for a prosperous society and growing economy”
  • ‘Good’ ethics, Intention
  • Good information, Access
  • Good visibility, Perspective
  • Good detail, Resolution
  • Right view, Boundaries
  • Right entity, Domain
Good governance is dependent on all six dimensions of transparency.

While good government is a public matter, the principles of good governance extend to leading our organizations and teams in a time of accelerating complexity and interdependence.

Organization network maps of the multiple levels of jurisdictions set conditions for good governance and the benefits of smarter institutions, public-private domains protected, and good ethics by public and private actors. These conditions lead to growth and prosperity throughout the organization and society.