Private Sector Consortia Working for a Public Sector Client – Factors that Build Successful Relationships:: Lessons from the UK

@inproceedings{Jost2005PrivateSC,
  title={Private Sector Consortia Working for a Public Sector Client – Factors that Build Successful Relationships:: Lessons from the UK},
  author={Gregor Jost and Mark B Dawson and David P. Shaw},
  year={2005}
}
In its procurement of goods and services the UK public sector increasingly requires private sector organisations to form supplier consortia, especially for large scale projects. This paper explores factors that build successful relationships, both within the private sector consortium and between the consortium and the public sector client. Based on a qualitative study of practitioners' experiences, we identify the reconciliation of objectives, continuity of staff engagement, team building, and… CONTINUE READING

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