Who should attend
Professionals and decision makers who work at the management level, government official, policy maker.
About the course
Creating cooperation between two very different sectors demands not only mutual interests, but also an ability to maintain "healthy working conditions" over a long period. These challenges are not trivial and countries around the world are struggling to maintain such cooperation with highly differentiated levels of accomplishment. Some of these withdrew almost completely from such endeavors, while others cross some serious barriers and develop an array of models and techniques that create the best available conditions for cooperation success. This online course traces the early models of Public-Private Partnership and analyses the current factors that contribute to successful cooperation.
- Introduction to the evolution of cooperation between the public and business sectors, and the rise of public value over economic value.
- Definitions, methods, basic models for PPP and some preliminary examples emphasizing success and failure factors.
- Change management and risk management in the introduction of PPP into governmental operations.
- Modern inter sectoral governance and social capital as a catalyst for economic development
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.