Krismiyati Tasrin (National Institute of Public Administration)
Pratiwi (National Institute of Public Administration)
Previous studies have showed that Multi-stakeholder Partnership (MSP) is one effective alternative to ensure government innovation sustainability. In building innovative culture, Act 23 of 2014 mandates local government innovation. However, local government often faces challenges in conducting innovation, such as inadequate resources –time, people, money, information, and other tangible supports. By employing case study method, this paper answers CSR model with MSP approach in Bandung City, Indonesia. Bandung is one of most innovative cities in Indonesia which trying to build MSP in innovation implementation through a partnership program known as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. This study concluded that CSR program regulated by Bandung City Government has increased participatory level and supported development particularly in environmental and socio-economic sector. The program involves four stakeholders: local government, private sectors, universities, and civil society. Clear agreement about partnership objectives and responsibilities as well as distribution of power among the stakeholders are the most important success factors of the partnership model. While many local governments in Indonesia have similar problem of lacking resources in fully supporting innovation, we can learn from best practices applied in Bandung City.
THEME C: Networks and Partnerships
Expanding and Strengthening Collaboration in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals