Public Enterprise Management

Client: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA)
Faculty: Lucille Pilling
Team: Irena Budimova, Tara Collier, Carrie Hasselback, Chunhee Seo
Year: 2006
In the process of reinventing public enterprise management, there is an array of new constraints, demands, innovations and trends. These trends and their implications have been discussed throughout the year in detail at the UNDESA Expert Group Meeting and Committee of Experts. The Capstone team contributed research and analysis to a larger UNDESA publication arising from this meeting that is centered around the axes of management structure, legal and political frameworks, geopolitical considerations, and public/private partnerships. Data was gathered from expert meetings, case studies, and interviews to prepare a body of work addressing these themes with insights from public enterprise management experts.