Planning for the post-2015 development agenda — which will officially kick off next week in New York during the U.N. General Assembly meetings — is expected to feature an aspect the expiring Millennium Development Goals did not in their infancy: vocal leadership from the private sector. (Follow our complete coverage of UNGC, UNGA, CGI and the Social […]
Business Action for Africa, Harvard Kennedy School Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative and The Partnering Initiative invite you to an event to discuss how best to harness business in the delivery of the ambitious new Post-2015 development agenda. A panel of business, government and development representatives will discuss how to address the challenges of translating […]
Is your organisation ‘Fit for Partnering’? Does it have the right leadership and strategy, systems and processes, professional skills and a culture that effectively support your partnership approach? Join our webinar on Monday 16th September at 3pm, UK time to learn more about TPI’s new action research programme to help organisations excel at partnership from […]
Solving today’s complex sustainable development challenges requires multi-sector collaboration and an all-of-society approach. However, whilst such shared value partnerships (simultaneously achieving business and societal benefits) are often hailed as “the answer,” practitioners can find them challenging and at times frustrating.
Cross Sector Partnerships – Public Private Collaboration The Partnering Initiative is pleased to announce it is partnering with IMA International on a new 5-Day intensive training course on public private collaboration, running from 28th October – 1st November 2013. Partnerships are an important component in today’s complex interconnected world. Whether it is dealing with suppliers […]