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Upcoming Rosenberg Dialogue Series Session

Event Details

Developing Performance Management Systems for Public-Private Partnerships
With Application to Development and Housing Projects

Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Thumel Business Center, Room 143
11 W. Mt. Royal Avenue
free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served

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  • More About the Dialogue

    Public-private arrangements are increasingly used to address large and complicated endeavors. Managing the performance of these initiatives, however, requires special technical and managerial tools. This dialogue brings together an Italian expert on such performance management systems with experts at the federal and state levels in the U.S. Our U.S. experts will use real estate as the focus for their comments. 

  • About the Guest Panelists

    Carmine Bianchi, Ph.D.
    Professor of Business and Public Management, University of Palermo
    Scientific Coordinator of CED4 System Dynamics Group, www.ced4.com

    Steve Cassard
    Director of Special Projects, Maryland Economic Development Corporation

    Robert Helwig, J.D.
    Installations, Housing and Utilities Privatization, Office of the Secretary of Defense (2000-2014)

  • What is the Rosenberg Dialogue Series?

    The University of Baltimore's Henry A. Rosenberg Dialogue Series stimulates interactions among the public, private and nonprofit sectors on leading issues.

    More a dialogue than a traditional lecture, each series session brings participants together to present a central issue, discuss the participants' assessments of it and explore how public-private and nonprofit partnerships can work together to resolve, advance or otherwise better the central issue.

    Coordinated and led by  Alan Lyles , Henry A. Rosenberg Professor of Government, Business and Nonprofit Partnerships, sessions include about half an hour for each panelist's presentation, followed by about half an hour for questions and answers.


The Henry A. Rosenberg Dialogue Series is made possible by the generous support of the Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation and the University of Baltimore Foundation.