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|Is Greenbay a model for public-private-nonprofit collaborations?|
|Written by Ben Cheek | Sunday, 06 February 2011 19:19|
For Super Bowl Sunday, check out this article on CNN by John D. Donahue and Richard J. Zeckhauser who present the unusual ownership of the Packers as an example of the private-public-nonprofit collaboration needed to solve the challenges of now and the near future. I couldn't agree more, but would agrue we must master the three values of openness - clarity - consistency to do so effectively and safely.
We talk about the Four Challenges of our times as Stability, Sustainability, Justice, and Peace (an umbrella for all these is emerging that we call Integral Living -- or the authentic experience of being alive). These challenges are so inter-related, they require a broadly collaborative approach, but it must be done in the right way. While greater openness in terms of partners is important, ambiguity in terms of identity and story could undermine the essential clarity that would make such partnerships effective and responsible and ultimately disrupt the consistency required to build trust to meet these challenges.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 06 February 2011 19:45|