Sidewalk Talk: The power of ‘networked governance’ to solve city problems

March 15, 2018

Sidewalk Talk recently conducted a Q&A session with Bruce Katz and Jeremy Nowak, authors of the The New Localism: How Cities Can Thrive in the Age of Populism, a book that features Indianapolis and the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) as a model for public, private and civic collaboration.

Bruce Katz: (CICP) is an institution that really exemplifies networked governance. It’s basically populated by corporations — the CEOs of corporations, philanthropies, and universities — who then work with the public sector as long-term stewards. You have to organize private and civic wealth in a way that enables you to take risks and make investments in what you’re good at.  Indianapolis is the most formal expression of that in the United States. [READ MORE]

(Source: Sidewalk Talk, The New Localism)