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1 Canadian Business in its Social Context Week 11 Collaboration: The Key Success  Ingredient
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Articles of interest… Innovation Exchange (example): http://links.ems.innovationexchange.com/a/v.z?Token=pkfedaalaflgja   Business Ethics Blog (Chris McDonald) http://businessethicsblog.com/2010/11/14/mba-ethics-education-designing-the-designe   http://businessethicsblog.com/2010/11/16/mba-ethics-education-avoiding-excuses/   http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/home.aspx   2
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3 A cognitive economy… Implies a dynamic  process of extracting  information from the  environment, and  producing and sharing  knowledge through  communication (Paquet  and Roy, 1998) This requires  collaboration
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4 Boydell’s Dual Concerns Model Source: Boydell, K. 1994. in Paquet, Gilles, and Roy, Jeffrey. 1998.  Governance in  Canada – Competition, Cooperation and Co-evolution in Business-Government- Society Relations . Version VI, Fall. Collaborating Compromising Avoiding Accommodating Benefit of Collaborating Competing Benefit to Other Party Benefit To You
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5 Partnering and Partnerships Partnerships are similar  to social capital – both  involve social networks  and contacts, trust and  reciprocity
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6 Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) A contractual agreement  between private and  public partner Combine the  constitutional obligation of  government with the  business economic  acumen of business to  create social value
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7 P3 Drivers Social issues increasing in complexity Increased pressure for public sector to use taxpayers’  money with increased scrutiny and stewardship Significant investment required for building new, and  upgrading existing infrastructure Changing demographics and changing lifestyle  catalyzing the need for new approaches to service  delivery – health care, recreation Need to innovate requires a blend of both private sector  and public sector areas of expertise
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8 Some Types of Public-Private Partnerships  Source: The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships, Washington, USA.  http://ncppp.org/howpart/ppptypes.shtml Type of P3 Description Ultimate Ownership Build-Operate-Transfer or Build-Transfer-Operate Private partner builds a facility, operates it under contract for a specified period Public partner Build-Own-Operate Private partner builds and operates a facility in perpetuity Private partner Buy-Build-Operate Private partner buys an existing facility to rehabilitate or expand Private partner Contract Services A contract is given to the private partner to provide or maintain a specific service Public partner Design-Build Private partner provides both the design and construction of a project to the public partner Public partner
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