Fall World 2014

Conference & Exhibit

Attend The #1 BC/DR Event!

Summer Journal

Volume 27, Issue 3

Full Contents Now Available!

Building A Partnership

Written by  KEN SCHROEDER, CBCP October 22, 2010

PPBI, as well as other organizations, spend a great deal of time lauding the benefits of private-public partnerships. There’s plenty to say on the matter, but let’s take a look at it from a different perspective – mine. A partnership implies both parties have something to gain. Believe me, that is the truth, and that’s really what we are seeking. I have found that a partnership really improves my own planning process. I can’t tell you how often I’ve changed things in our planning documents after I’ve found out who else can help us or which organization have different expectations of us. After Katrina, I added a whole section in our plan of what specifically we could do in terms of community relief and built a checklist to implement those contributions. Everyone asks, “How do I get started?” This is the $64 question. The answers (note the plural) aren’t really answers at

PLEASE SIGN IN TO CONTINUE READING.

Not a Member? Subscribe Today For Free! Membership Includes:

  • Free delivery of DRJ's Quarterly Magazine
  • Free online access of DRJ's latest Magazine
  • Free access to the DRJ Archives
  • Informational Updates
  • Conference alerts and information
  • Free White Papers
  • Free blog posting
  • And much more!