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The three sector solution : delivering public policy in collaboration with not-for-profits and business, David Gilchrist (editor) ; John Butcher (editor)

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The three sector solution : delivering public policy in collaboration with not-for-profits and business
Title
The three sector solution
Title remainder
delivering public policy in collaboration with not-for-profits and business
Statement of responsibility
David Gilchrist (editor) ; John Butcher (editor)
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
"This collection of essays had its origins in a one-day workshop held in August 2015 at The Australian National University. Jointly convened by Dr John Butcher (ANZSOG) and Professor David Gilchrist (Curtin Not-for-profit Initiative) the purpose of the workshop was to bring together academic researchers, policy practitioners and thought leaders to address a variety of emerging issues facing policymakers, public sector commissioners, not-for-profit providers of publicly funded services, and businesses interested in opportunities for social investment. The workshop itself generated a great deal of interest and a 'baker's dozen' of contributors challenged and engaged a full house. The level of enthusiasm shown by the audience for the subject matter was such that the decision to curate the presentations in the form of a book was never in doubt. The editors trust that this volume will vindicate that decision. At one time the state exercised a near monopoly in the delivery of social programs. Today, almost every important public problem is a three sector problem and yet we have little idea of what a high-performing three sector production system looks like. It is the editors' hope that this volume will provide a foundation for some answers to these important public policy questions"--Provided by publisher
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Cataloging source
AU@
Dewey number
361.763
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD2769.15
LC item number
.T47 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Gilchrist, David
  • Butcher, John
  • Australia and New Zealand School of Government
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Australia and New Zealand School of Government ANZSOG
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  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Public-private sector cooperation
  • Public administration
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Public administration
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The three sector solution : delivering public policy in collaboration with not-for-profits and business, David Gilchrist (editor) ; John Butcher (editor)
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt1rqc9kc
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Publication
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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Content category
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Content type code
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction / David J. Gilchrist and John R. Butcher -- Three sectors, one public purpose / Peter Shergold -- From new public management to new public governance: the implications for a 'new public service' / Helen Dickinson -- Partnerships between government and the third sector at a subnational level: the experience of an Australian subnational government / David J. Gilchrist -- The contribution of not-for-profits to democratic process / Tessa Boyd-Caine -- Part 2. Three sectors: three change agendas : overview / Penny Knight -- Policy impediments to social investments by Australian businesses / Leeora D. Black -- Navigating reform in contested spaces: reflections on not-for-profit sector regulatory reform in Australia, 2010-2013 / Krystian Seibert -- Shining a light on the black box of collaboration: mapping the prerequisites for cross-sector working / Robyn Keast
  • Part 3. Great expectations: outcomes and social impact : overview / Nina Terrey -- Does outcomes-based reporting contribute to or contradict the realisation of social outcomes? / Emma Tomkinson -- Not-for-profit accountability: addressing potential barriers / Dale Tweedie -- Results, targets and measures to drive collaboration: lessons from the New Zealand better public services reforms / Rodney Scott and Ross Boyd -- Part 4. New tools for policymakers and practitioners : overview / Ursula Stephens -- Redesigning procurement strategies for complex policy spaces / Ann Nevile -- Alliance contracting: how to progress in a world of uncertainty / Cassandra Wilkinson -- Expanding the role of cooperative and mutual enterprises in delivering public services: disrupting the status quo / Melina Morrison and Cliff Mills -- The boundaries of budgets: why should individuals make spending choices about their health and social care? / Catherine Needham -- The challenge of change / Paul Ronalds -- Conclusion / John R. Butcher and David J. Gilchrist
  • Figures; Tables; Abbreviations; Acknowledgements; Contributors; Foreword; Contextualising the Imperative of Cross-Sector Working; Introduction; David J. Gilchrist and John R. Butcher; Three Sectors, One Public Purpose; Peter Shergold; Part 1. Cross-Sector Working: The rhetoric and the reality; Overview; Meredith Edwards; From New Public Management to New Public Governance: The implications for a 'new public service' ; Helen Dickinson; Partnerships between Government and the Third Sector at a Subnational Level: The experience of an Australian subnational government; David J. Gilchrist
  • The Contribution of Not-for-Profits to Democratic ProcessTessa Boyd-Caine; Part 2. Three Sectors: Three change agendas; Overview; Penny Knight; Policy Impediments to Social Investments by Australian Businesses; Leeora D. Black; Navigating Reform in Contested Spaces: Reflections on not-for-profit sector regulatory reform in Australia, 2010-2013; Krystian Seibert; Shining a Light on the Black Box of Collaboration: Mapping the prerequisites for cross-sector working; Robyn Keast; Part 3. Great Expectations: Outcomes and social impact; Overview; Nina Terrey
  • Does Outcomes-Based Reporting Contribute to or Contradict the Realisation of Social Outcomes?Emma Tomkinson; Not-for-Profit Accountability: Addressing potential barriers; Dale Tweedie; Results, Targets and Measures to Drive Collaboration: Lessons from the New Zealand Better Public Services reforms; Rodney Scott and Ross Boyd; Part 4. New Tools for Policymakers and Practitioners; Overview; Ursula Stephens; Redesigning Procurement Strategies for Complex Policy Spaces; Ann Nevile; Alliance Contracting: How to progress in a world of uncertainty; Cassandra Wilkinson
  • Expanding the Role of Cooperative and Mutual Enterprises in Delivering Public Services: Disrupting the status quoMelina Morrison and Cliff Mills; The Boundaries of Budgets: Why should individuals make spending choices about their health and social care?; Catherine Needham; Cross-Sector Working: Meeting the challenge of change; The Challenge of Change; Paul Ronalds; Conclusion; John R. Butcher and David J. Gilchrist; Figure 8.1: Continuum of interorganisational relationships: The five Cs; Figure 9.1 The changing role of government; Figure 9.2 Changing expectations of government
  • Figure 9.3 Red tape issues for NGOs Figure 9.4: The impact analysis cycle; Figure 11.1: Stylised representation of performance management in the New Zealand Government; Table 3.1: Elements of new public governance, in contrast with public administration and new public management; Table 4.1: Year-on-year response rates ; Table 7.1: Chronology of the ACNC reform process ; Table 8.2: Summary of the key presenting processes used; Table A8.1: Summary of collaboration exemplars; Table 9.1: Job Services Australia star rating and star percentages; Table 11.1: Results, targets and measures; _ENREF_1
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Label
The three sector solution : delivering public policy in collaboration with not-for-profits and business, David Gilchrist (editor) ; John Butcher (editor)
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt1rqc9kc
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction / David J. Gilchrist and John R. Butcher -- Three sectors, one public purpose / Peter Shergold -- From new public management to new public governance: the implications for a 'new public service' / Helen Dickinson -- Partnerships between government and the third sector at a subnational level: the experience of an Australian subnational government / David J. Gilchrist -- The contribution of not-for-profits to democratic process / Tessa Boyd-Caine -- Part 2. Three sectors: three change agendas : overview / Penny Knight -- Policy impediments to social investments by Australian businesses / Leeora D. Black -- Navigating reform in contested spaces: reflections on not-for-profit sector regulatory reform in Australia, 2010-2013 / Krystian Seibert -- Shining a light on the black box of collaboration: mapping the prerequisites for cross-sector working / Robyn Keast
  • Part 3. Great expectations: outcomes and social impact : overview / Nina Terrey -- Does outcomes-based reporting contribute to or contradict the realisation of social outcomes? / Emma Tomkinson -- Not-for-profit accountability: addressing potential barriers / Dale Tweedie -- Results, targets and measures to drive collaboration: lessons from the New Zealand better public services reforms / Rodney Scott and Ross Boyd -- Part 4. New tools for policymakers and practitioners : overview / Ursula Stephens -- Redesigning procurement strategies for complex policy spaces / Ann Nevile -- Alliance contracting: how to progress in a world of uncertainty / Cassandra Wilkinson -- Expanding the role of cooperative and mutual enterprises in delivering public services: disrupting the status quo / Melina Morrison and Cliff Mills -- The boundaries of budgets: why should individuals make spending choices about their health and social care? / Catherine Needham -- The challenge of change / Paul Ronalds -- Conclusion / John R. Butcher and David J. Gilchrist
  • Figures; Tables; Abbreviations; Acknowledgements; Contributors; Foreword; Contextualising the Imperative of Cross-Sector Working; Introduction; David J. Gilchrist and John R. Butcher; Three Sectors, One Public Purpose; Peter Shergold; Part 1. Cross-Sector Working: The rhetoric and the reality; Overview; Meredith Edwards; From New Public Management to New Public Governance: The implications for a 'new public service' ; Helen Dickinson; Partnerships between Government and the Third Sector at a Subnational Level: The experience of an Australian subnational government; David J. Gilchrist
  • The Contribution of Not-for-Profits to Democratic ProcessTessa Boyd-Caine; Part 2. Three Sectors: Three change agendas; Overview; Penny Knight; Policy Impediments to Social Investments by Australian Businesses; Leeora D. Black; Navigating Reform in Contested Spaces: Reflections on not-for-profit sector regulatory reform in Australia, 2010-2013; Krystian Seibert; Shining a Light on the Black Box of Collaboration: Mapping the prerequisites for cross-sector working; Robyn Keast; Part 3. Great Expectations: Outcomes and social impact; Overview; Nina Terrey
  • Does Outcomes-Based Reporting Contribute to or Contradict the Realisation of Social Outcomes?Emma Tomkinson; Not-for-Profit Accountability: Addressing potential barriers; Dale Tweedie; Results, Targets and Measures to Drive Collaboration: Lessons from the New Zealand Better Public Services reforms; Rodney Scott and Ross Boyd; Part 4. New Tools for Policymakers and Practitioners; Overview; Ursula Stephens; Redesigning Procurement Strategies for Complex Policy Spaces; Ann Nevile; Alliance Contracting: How to progress in a world of uncertainty; Cassandra Wilkinson
  • Expanding the Role of Cooperative and Mutual Enterprises in Delivering Public Services: Disrupting the status quoMelina Morrison and Cliff Mills; The Boundaries of Budgets: Why should individuals make spending choices about their health and social care?; Catherine Needham; Cross-Sector Working: Meeting the challenge of change; The Challenge of Change; Paul Ronalds; Conclusion; John R. Butcher and David J. Gilchrist; Figure 8.1: Continuum of interorganisational relationships: The five Cs; Figure 9.1 The changing role of government; Figure 9.2 Changing expectations of government
  • Figure 9.3 Red tape issues for NGOs Figure 9.4: The impact analysis cycle; Figure 11.1: Stylised representation of performance management in the New Zealand Government; Table 3.1: Elements of new public governance, in contrast with public administration and new public management; Table 4.1: Year-on-year response rates ; Table 7.1: Chronology of the ACNC reform process ; Table 8.2: Summary of the key presenting processes used; Table A8.1: Summary of collaboration exemplars; Table 9.1: Job Services Australia star rating and star percentages; Table 11.1: Results, targets and measures; _ENREF_1
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