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1 LOOKING FORWARD: A New Paradigm, A Common Vision November 2013 Serena Brown

2 2 LOOKING FORWARD A New Paradigm Private Sector Engagement KPMG activities

3 A NEW PARADIGM… Working together for the common good

4 A NEW PARADIGM… The trust factor 4 Source: Edelman Trust Barometer, 25 January 2011 “Today, it’s how a company does what it does that matters.” Edelman Trust Barometer 2013

5 PRIVATE SECTOR ENGAGEMENT Shaping the post-2015 development agenda

6 PRIVATE SECTOR ENGAGEMENT Parliamentary opportunities to promote good corporate citizenship All-Party Parliamentary Group on Corporate Responsibility Emulate Good Practices Eg South Africa: mandatory integrated reporting Eg EU Policy on Corporate Social Responsibility and Agenda for Action Encourage wider participation in significant public-private partnerships Eg Scaling Up Nutrition Movement Engage Trade Associations / Industry Bodies etc around themes / issues

7 KPMG ACTIVITIES UN Global Compact participation School MDG Workshops, Spain United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: A Business Reference Guide

8 KPMG ACTIVITIES Global Development Initiative Skills-based employee volunteering, including as trustees and mentors Leadership, advocacy and policy development Grants and donations, including disaster relief Pro-bono services and secondments for improved effectiveness Supporting the capital markets through our clients, Partners and staff Learning and Livelihoods

9 KPMG ACTIVITIES Future State 2030: The global megatrends impacting governments ■Demographics ■Rise of the individual ■Enabling technology ■Economic interconnectedness ■Public debt ■Economic power shift ■Climate change ■Resource stress ■Urbanization

10 KPMG ACTIVITIES Helping to equip governments When looking at what governments may need to change, they may choose from: When looking at how governments may need to change, they may choose from: PolicyRegulationPrograms SkillsStructureStrategies

11 KPMG ACTIVITIES Characteristics of a ‘leading practice’ government in the future Reactive in addressing the issues of the day Performance and results are talked about Slow to medium technology adopter Government-centric service delivery Economy drives efficiency and effectiveness Policy design is considered separately from operational delivery Proactive in addressing the problems of tomorrow Performance and results are acted upon Medium to fast technology adopter Effectiveness drives economy and efficiency Citizen-centric service delivery Policy design is considered together with operational delivery Policy is strongly evidence-based and directly focused on the national imperatives and priorities of citizens Policy is subject to the vagaries of political expediency, trial-by-media and vested interests


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