Public-private partnerships (PPP) are here to stay. Despite all the horror stories, bad press and corruption stories about PPPs doing the rounds, announcements about new and significant public-private collaborations get covered in the press every day. Hence, despite dismal performance of prior public-partnerships, new forms of public-private collaborations continue emerging, with the hope that we would be able to master this way of working.
For most managers, public-private collaborations are marriages of strange bed-fellows, who are radically different. This introductory course in PPPs aims to cover definitional and conceptual aspects of PPPs, and seeks to create awareness about how public and private agencies can(should) come together for the greater good of society.
- Help senior executives develop an informed understanding of the differences in public and private agencies.
- Provide insights into PPP history, concepts, and
- Develop a deep understanding of what PPPs seek to achieve.
The course runs through two domestic cases, written by the course facilitator. The discussions on the two cases serves to throw out issues through which the core learnings of the course take place.
Case 1: Defining PPPs and their evolution in India
Case 2: Conceptualizing, construction, and management of PPP infrastructure.
Management Development Programmes (MDP) Office
Indian Institute of Management Indore
Prabandh Shikhar, Rau-Pithampur Road
Indore 453556, Madhya Pradesh, INDIA
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. : +91-731-2439750, 2439752, 2439753, 24397544
Fax : +91-731-2439800
The three days MDP is designed for middle and senior management professionals in both the public and private sectors, who are embarking on a PPP journey but would like to have a formal introduction to them. The MDP is more oriented towards managers working in the infrastructure and social sectors.
The three-day programme would constitute two case studies, a few lectures, and interaction with a PPP expert.
GST, as applicable, will be additional
Prof. Swapnil Garg