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The Simulation Game adds significant value all in PPP capacity building and the development of PPP Toolkits and educational materials.
Managing PPP projects requires additional skills and knowledge than conventional projects.
Managing a PPP contract requires skills in identifying and monitoring project outputs where as a conventional contract requires skills in creating and monitoring inputs, and
Managing PPPs require public officials to become skilled negotiators, understand contract management, and do and understand risk analysis.
PPPs therefore represent organizational and institutional challenges for public agencies, which need to adopt new roles and skill sets.
As a result, training and capacity-building are key to implementing a
successful PPP program
Both high-level decision makers (who will influence strategic PPP
programs and mostly multi million dollar projects) as well as all staff
member (responsible for will execute and manage expensive and long
term PPP contracts) will need a good understand of the PPP
The Simulation Game adds significant value all in PPP capacity building and the development of PPP Toolkits and educational materials: participants understand the complete PPP cycle within one day participants understand the relevancy of all PPP trainings the game supports informed decisionmaking at high level participants understand Value for Money in an instance