High Performance Governments (HPG)
How to make the Private-Public Partnership decision | Dr. Paul Chapman | Executive Research Director | AARN
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Paul Chapman.
The previous webinars have provided the basics about Public-Private Partnerships. This last Webinar provides the essential information needed to assess PPP proposals. It is designed for those who must prepare actionable advice to high-level decision-makers.
Dr. Chapman shows how many of these elements are brought together in thePublic Sector Comparator (PSC), which was introduced in the first Webinar.
The PSC is an analytical tool that allows for the systematic assessment of options. Each element of the PSC is explained and examples are used to show how the relevant calculations are made.
What you learn:
- How to compare the costs of PPP with the alternative of government supply.
- How to apply the theory of risk to PPP.
- The concept of competitive neutrality.
- The role of qualitative issues in PPP assessments.
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Private-public partnerships: lessons from experience | Dr. Paul Chapman | Executive Research Director | AARN
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Paul Chapman.
The previous webinar introduced the concept of Public-Private Partnerships. It was designed for those who must make high-level judgements about PPP proposals. This is the first of two webinars providing more details for those who must advise the high-level decision-makers.
In this second webinar, Dr Chapman examines particular instances of PPPs.
Dr. Chapman shows how it is the detail of the contracts that primarily determine the outcomes.
Cases of toll roads are considered as exemplars of concessionary PPPs. They illustrate especially the problem of demand projections. Case studies are also provided for health sector where PPP arrangements to build hospitals demonstrate the multiple difficulties in specifying the detail of the contract.
What you learn:
- How the principles of PPP contracts have been applied in practice.
- The common problems that arise.
- Cases where PPP contracts have worked well and cases where they have not.
- Lessons which can be learnt.
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Public-private partnership to deliver infrastructure | Dr. Paul Chapman | Executive Research Director | AARN
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Paul Chapman. Private-public partnerships promise to deliver better public infrastructure more cheaply and earlier. They allow the assets to be established and operated with less initial public funding. The private partner brings innovation and allows governments can focus on its core functions, which are not building and maintaining assets but delivering services to citizens. PPPs allow risks to be transferred to the party which handles them best.
PPPs promise these impressive gains. They are widely used in many developed nations and are continuing to spread. This webinar gives an independent view, providing essential information for nations considering PPPs.
What you learn:
- How PPPs are defined and how they are usually arranged.
- Where and how PPPs are best applied.
- How to make the decision to use PPPs.
- What underlying risks must be assessed.
This is the first of 3 webinars. It is designed specifically for senior government officials who must decide if PPPs are worthy of investigation. The following two webinars provide more detail: firstly, reviewing the international experience and, secondly, setting out the method to assess PPPs. They are designed for those who must prepare advice to senior government officials.
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Public Private Partnerships Practice and Implementation | Dr. William P. Kittredge | President Cervelet Management & Strategy Consulting
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. William P. Kittredge. The Public Private Partnerships (PPP) webinar is for those who would like to get into action rightaway. The webinar assumes some knowledge of PPP, therefore it will focus on implementationand case experience, rather than theory.
The webinar focus on PPP as it is implemented today around the world. Beginning with theeconomic rationale, providing insights why a government might seek a PPP that are valuable inmarketing to governments and agencies, the seminar goes on to describe the many ways in whichPPP are being implemented globally.
Critiques and cautionary lessons from global experience are thoroughly covered, so that participantscan intelligently discuss their proposals with government procurement officials and address theirconcerns during contract negotiations.
Contract renegotiation, frequently a necessity given the 20-60 contract terms that are common inPPP, is covered in detail, with specific reference to the political, legal and moral hazardimplications. Armed with this information, private contractors are able to provide for theseeventualities early on in the developing relationship with the government agencies and officials.
Finally, the unique relationships that develop between the private and public partners over the longtermand their implications are covered using recent case examples.
All material referenced in the presentation is made available to participants in electronic form, sothat they can easily follow up or get more detail, in areas that are of particular interest.
This webinar developed and presented by Cervelet's President, Dr. William P. Kittredge, whose over 30 years of alternating government and private sector service provides him with a wealth of information and personal experience.
Principles of Good Governance in Islam | Dr. Hassan Abbas | Senior Adviser | Asia Society New York
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Hassan Abbas. The model presented by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and its reflections in the policies pursued by his companions offer great insights for the modern world. Islamic teachings provide for the establishment of a just order where welfare of people stands out as the core goal. Equality before the laws of the state ensures the sustainability of such a system. Leaders are embodiment of love and compassion.
Main topics covered:
Provision of Justice for every citizen as the central pillar of a state.
- Leadership is Knowledgeable and accountable.
- State is especially responsible for the well being of poor, destitute and orphans.
- Appointment of state officials on merit and a system of strict accountability to monitor their performance.
- Public participation in decision making and policy formulation through regular consultation and consensus building.
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This presentation was given by Ernst&Young during 7th World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) arranged by MILE in Madinah
on 17th April 2013
Major Trends in Public Service Reform | Prof. Tony Dean, University of Toronto
Tony Dean is a Professor in the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto. In 2010-11 he was a Senior Research Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. He is an advisor to governments and international organizations on public service reform and on building capacity for policy and delivery.
From 2002 to 2008 Dean was Secretary of the Cabinet and Head of the 66,000-member Ontario Public Service. He has extensive experience in public sector leadership, public policy and public administration.Dean is currently concluding a research project on joint government service delivery in Canada, Germany, Australia and the UK and has recently returned from a Commonwealth mission in Sierra Leone. He has written extensively on public sector leadership and has co-authored a report on pathways to fiscal sustainability in Canada. Dean writes a regular web-based column on public administration and has a forthcoming essay in the Literary Review of Canada on public and private service delivery.Dean is a recipient of the Order of Ontario. He serves on the Board of the Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion and as a member of the Certification Board of the Institute for Citizen-Centred Service. In 2010, Dean chaired an expert panel examining workplace health and safety in Ontario. Dean's report, presented to the Minister of Labour in December 2010, has been described as a road-map to safer work sites in Ontario.
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Public Private Partnerships - Experience From The Field | Mr. Chadi N. Moujaes | Partner | Booz & Co
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Mr. Chadi of Booz & Co on Public Private Partnerships - Experience From The Field. Its about Good Governance; He discuss about Infrastructure provision in Public Sector and Reasons for Public Sector Provision of Infrastructure.
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Collaborating Across Organisational Boundaries | Dr. Winston Sutherland (Principal OD Consultant) National School of Government
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Winston Sutherland. In this presentation he focus on the topic of collaborating across Organisational boundaries in a large complex and expensive bureaucracy, the United kingdom civil service. The UK civil service employs over half a million staff with a multi billion pound budget.
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Introducing ICT in Government and Administration | Prof. Riedl Reinhard Bern University of Applied Sciences
This document is the soft copy presentation by Prof. Riedl Reinhard. New technology changes the modes of work. Experience shows that acceptance is often low, in particular among members of government and public administration. This webinar will explain the pitfalls to avoid and it depicts the key elements of a successful ICT introduction project. The latter are an a priori risk assessment and contingency planning, a thorough analysis of the implications on all stake-holder groups, a good communication which deals explicitly with the conflicts, and the ability to collaborate in case of crises.
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Introducing ICT in Government and Administration Part 2
Introducing ICT in Government and Administration Part 3
Introducing ICT in Government and Administration Part 4
Leading the Government of the Future | Mr. Gavin J. Maxwell Partner, Management Consulting, Middle East) Accenture
In This Presentation Mr. Gavin J. Maxwell discuss the following:
Impact of the Crisis (institutional challenges in public service delivery)
Role and Shape of Government of the Future
• Key trends and characteristics in high-performing governments
• How this can inform and shape the government of the future?
Policy levers, Strategies and Tools for high-performing Governments
Key strategies (e.g. Lean, Digital, Innovation, etc) that public service agencies can deploy to usher in an era of high-performance
Focus on Process Excellence/Lean
Process excellence and a ‘lean’ mindset can become a key strategy for Government
Culture of Innovation and Continuous Improvement in Public Service Agencies
• embed innovation to create a step change in public service delivery
• role of multi-stakeholder partnerships in the future of government
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F.A.S.T. Government (Flat, Agile, Streamlined, Tech-enabled) for the 21st Century | Dr. Gregory Founder and Principal Civic Resource Group LLC Senior Fellow.
This presentation is about the FAST Government Framework (FAST–Flat, Agile, Streamlined, Tech-enabled), a new model for 21st Century Government being spearheaded by the World Economic Forum’s Global Council on the Future of Government. The FAST Government Framework moves beyond e-government, encompassing the whole of government and governance in the context of the fast changing digital world. Readers are introduced to the underlying concepts, the work that the World Economic Forum is doing in this area, and will be exposed to case studies and model practices of governments from around the globe.