Public-Private partnerships lead the way, and why not share risk if you also can share advantages and profits?
“Public-Private partnerships lead the way” this is the topic of professor Carsten Greve and campaign manager Rikke Iben Neess’s new analysis in the daily newspaper Politiken, Tuesday the 20th of November 2012. According to them, only the imagination sets the frame for which new partnerships that will see the light the coming year. In their analysis they focus on the opportunities for collaboration cross sectors can result in and underlines that today’s societal challenges is too complex to be solved by a singular organization.
Denmark is, pursuant to them, characterized by a low level of power distance at the workplaces and a strong correlation between different types of organizations. With Public-Private partnerships more can be reached and even though you need to share risk it is highly beneficial to share advantages and profits. Today we already experience several partnerships, for instance the EU countries itself or the way EU seeks to solve the euro crisis. In Denmark we know “Fuldkornspartnerskabet” as a good example.
Read the analysis here (Danish):