Browsing Tag: cross-sector collaboration

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Global Leadership in Crisis? A Conversation with UVA Deans on Preparing Leaders for the Unique Challenges of the 21st Century

By Joyce Lee and Laura Hennessey MartensModerator: UVA Executive Vice President and Provost Thomas KatsouleasDarden School of Business: Dean Scott BeardsleyUVA School of Law: Dean Risa GoluboffFrank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy: Dean Allan StamWhether addressing humanitarian crises, climate change, or the recent…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Guest Posts

Professor Mary Margaret Frank Leads Discussions at 2017 Pay for Success and Social Impact Finance Conference

By Tori Schucheng YangHow can Pay for Success models be used to improve project outcomes? And how can these public-private financing models help foster innovation and positively impact communities?These were some of the questions discussed by state government officials, service providers, philanthropists, impact investors and business leaders…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Tri-Sector Leadership

An Interview with Former Tri-Sector Leadership Fellow Rhett Ricard

As branding consultant and thought leader Simon Mainwaring once said:”We need to develop and disseminate an entirely new paradigm and practice of collaboration that supersedes the traditional silos that have divided governments, philanthropies and private enterprises for decades and replace it with networks of partnerships working together to create…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Tri-Sector Leadership

An Interview with Former Tri-Sector Leadership Fellow, Mint Kanokrat Namasondhi

What do some of our world’s most complex problems have in common? (Think natural disaster relief or global climate change, for example). For starters, these types of challenges cannot be adequately addressed without engaging and collaborating across multiple sectors – government, business and non-profit – solving them, together. This means…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities

The Power of Public-Private Partnerships

Many people think of public-private partnerships (or P3s) as a relatively recent invention. The fact is P3s have been around for a long time. In 1742 Benjamin Franklin founded the American Philosophical Association of Philadelphia which soon joined forces with the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to establish America’s…

By Lisa Stewart-