The Pedagogy Section provides teaching and learning materials on cross-sector partnerships. This issue first presents a new installment of the column “Partnership Concepts Through Cases” (by David Hyatt), focusing on partnering around common pool resources through building systems’ thinking skills. The second contribution (by Lea Stadtler and Adriana MacDonald) offers a “Starter Toolbox” for designing lessons on partnerships for MBA, MPA and MA students, aimed at providing students with a general understanding of four main themes – the why, what, how and trends of partnerships.
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Publication date: 01 September 2015
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