Our monthly Research Briefings capture the newest research related to cross-sector collaboration for scholars whose own thinking can benefit from staying current on progress in the field and practitioners who are interested in how this research may be helpful to their cross-sector work.
The October briefing includes articles about public value theory in a society that requires cross-sector solutions; the connection between public value creation and collaborative innovation; cross-sector collaborative data sharing; university-industry collaborations; and more.
The September briefing includes articles about the value proposition for each partner in a collaboration; the effect of organizational forms on partnership outcomes; the role of public-private partnerships in mitigating environmental risks in urban development; and more.
The August briefing includes articles about articulating collaborative advantage; collaborative policy innovation; the current legal framework for collaborative governance in the United States; cross-sector collaboration for school nutrition and physical education programs; and more.
The July briefing includes articles about the formation of a collective impact initiative in Rapid City, South Dakota; the strategies adopted by NGOs in partnerships with business; how public-sector leaders can tap into the experiences and resources of civic actors; and more.
The June briefing includes articles about tax increment financing; the role of public managers in leading and encouraging collaborative governance; collaborative emergency management networks; corporate philanthropy in public education; and more.
The May briefing includes articles about state-centric versus civil society collaboration models; volunteer programs co-managed by government and non-profits; how partners from different sectors understand impact; strategies for improving childhood opportunity; and more.
The April briefing includes articles about the new generation of collective impact initiatives for education; proving the “collaborative advantage"; collaborative innovation in the public sector; and community-academic partnerships.
The March briefing includes articles about the evolution of collaborative processes over time; community involvement in collective impact; relationship learning in private-non-profit partnerships; the impact of long-term uncertainty on P3s for infrastructure; and more.
The February briefing includes articles about public-private partnerships in cybersecurity; public involvement in cross-sector partnerships; discursive approaches to collaborative governance, partnerships in disaster response; and innovation in cross-sector partnerships.
The January briefing includes articles about impact assessment and cross-sector partnerships; the power, and potential tensions, in public-non-profit partnerships; the redevelopment of Asheville, North Carolina; and the impact of organizational forms on the success of P3s.