Integrating Social Responsibility of Business, Civil Society and Government: New Perspectives on Measuring Public ValueUniversity of Minnesota - Center for Integrative Leadership (2012)
AbstractThis paper aims to offer a set of preliminary answers to the question of how governments themselves should shape policy-making, performance measurement and reporting in order to improve the social responsibility of non profit organizations and business. The paper describes a case study based on a five-year research project that involved a regional government in Italy. The initiative focused on encouraging and supporting local leaders in government, business and civil society to develop and to share the Region's public value reporting as a common resource. Following a brief discussion about 'public value' and the 'social responsibility' of organizations, the paper describes how participating actors framed social responsibility in a multi-sector context and across government layers. Implications for public management and governance are then discussed.
- Public Value,
- Cross-Sector Collaboration,
- Public Governance
Publication DateFall September 22, 2012
Citation InformationIntegrating Social Responsibility of Business, Civil Society and Government: New Perspectives on Measuring Public Value. Paper presented at the International Conference "Creating Public Value in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power World", University of Minnesota, Center for Integrative Leadership, September 20-22, Minneapolis, USA.