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The Public-Private Partnership Handbook

How to Maximize Value from Joint Working

Exploit opportunities for growth and synergy between the public and private sector through joint working.
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EAN: 9780749474263
Edition: 1
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Paperback
Format: 233x156
296 pages
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About the book

In a world of increasingly complex and sophisticated market problems, the public sector and the private sector need each other. Where traditional models of working together can't capture this complexity, there is space for a new, dynamic approach. This approach recognizes innovative models of working in partnership to suit different circumstances. The Public-Private Partnership Handbook explores the full range of opportunities for growth, success and benefits that can be achieved through smart joint working and strategic partnerships.

Covering the full lifecycle of a public-private partnership, from initial planning to managed exit and service continuity, The Public-Private Partnership Handbook gives managers and decision-makers the tools and knowledge to forge powerful and mutually beneficial partnerships between public and private sector entities. Key topics such as understanding and aligning organizational values and cultures, dealing with joint intellectual property, managing risk and sharing rewards, coping with asymmetry, managing performance, and agreeing accountability processes are explored in depth with tools and techniques for informed decision-making.

About the authors

Malcolm Morley

Professor Malcolm Morley OBE is a chief executive and leader who has worked at Board level in both the private and public sectors. As a management consultant he gained international experience developing senior managers into leaders, developing strategies in a diverse range of markets and supporting strategic and organisational change.

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Utilizing pertinent examples, case studies, and a series of figures and graphics, this guide outlines the exact steps businesses need to take, and the tools they must develop, to prepare for effective joint working.

Nikki Lazenby and Brennan Kathleen Tapp, Internal Auditing