|Date||May 24, 2022 08:30 AM – 03:15|
|Location||Dane County Extension, 5201 Fen Oak Dr #138, Madison, WI 53718|
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Strategies for leveraging private sector capacities to serve public policy objectives
In an era of declining tax support, government leaders are exploring creative ways to maintain quality, including developing effective partnerships with the private sector. Explore the changing role of government, the foundations of effective partnerships, the conditions that are most conducive to public-private partnerships, and various alternative strategies to government service delivery. Study examples of public-private partnerships and identify prospective partnerships for your agency.
By the end of this class, you should be able to:
Instructor: Jeff Russell (MS, UW-Madison) is codirector of Russell Consulting, where he helps organizations successfully respond to the challenges of continuous change. He focuses on leadership development, strategic thinking, leading change, understanding and dealing with behavioral styles, and performance management.
“Risk and formal communication is an issue/need for public employees. I came away understanding the types of partnerships more fully.”
“Steps to outline a process to create/strengthen partnerships. The format generated a lot of useful discussion.”
“Good to think through the risks and benefits, and especially how to mitigate the risks of partnership.”