NPO self-government management
Public-Private Partnership CASE STUDY BOOK vol.4 Started selling on Amazon in November 2022
“Public-Private Partnership Project CASE STUDY BOOK vol.4” written and edited by people involved in community development
“Change Japan’s “autonomy” from human resource development and regional business”
In addition to public-private partnership projects, we will create local businesses in each region that face urban management issues and revitalize the city, accumulate and network these know-how, and link them together to increase diverse autonomous management and bring about major social changes. In November 2022, the latest casebook “Public-Private Partnership Project CASE STUDY BOOK vol.4” will be available online from Amazon.
The 4th edition of the “Public-Private Partnership Project CASE STUDY BOOK”, which has been following the forefront of public-private partnerships since 2017, will be released. In addition to round-table discussions on five cities, this book contains 27 case studies and columns carefully selected from projects across the country. Compiled by the writing and editing of the Publishing Committee.
This is a must-read book for those who want to change the region, those who work on community development and public-private
partnerships, and civil servants.
・ Title: Public-Private Partnership Project CASE STUDY BOOK vol.4 ・ Author: NPO self-government management
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table of contents
table of contents
01 NPO self-government management
02 Round-table discussion on the special feature “First Step” and “Organic Network”
02-01 Miyazaki City
02-02 Morioka City
02-03 Nara Prefecture
02-04 Apartment revitalization
02-05 Nara Prefecture
03 case study
Morioka City/Local Hub, a node that connects people and the charm of the region -Morioka Bus Center-
Morioka City / Park-PFI to Realize Regional Economic Circulation – KIPPUSHI Project –
Tsuyama City / Concession-type Machiya Townhouse Revitalization Project – Former Kanda Residence Affiliated Machiya Group –
Tsuyama City / Transformation of Negative Legacy by Private Suggestion System – Former Kindergarten Renovation Project –
Tsuyama City/Converting public facilities into equipment that earns money through PPP -Glass House Utilization Project-
03-02 [Urban Management Strategy]
Hanamaki City / Behind the Scenes of Hanamaki Renovation Town Planning Soka City / Beginning of Chapter 2 – Soka Renovation Community Development – Shimotsuma City / New Shimotsuma Life – Shimotsuma City Public-Private Partnership Community Development Initiative Sunuma Strategy – Okazaki City / QURUWA Strategy and Area Management by Kemori and Community Associations
03-03 [Private business]
Atami City / Place where people who work in Atami connect organically -CLUB HUBlic-
Kashiwazaki City / A private park – Hakoniwa –
Yaizu City / Supporting those who start and those who create – PLAY BALL CAFE – Iwanuma City / Renovation of the Iwanuma City Tateshita Area Expansion from point to surface
Kita Ward, Osaka City / Renewing a small town -Tsukiichi stalls and busy restaurants-
Sakura City / Supporting women’s first steps – Share Atelier Fuwaie – Sendai City / Kokumachi – Residence, Tei, Garden – – Proposal and practice of next-generation home building for civil servants – 03-04 [Marche]
Hanamaki City／Connecting the richness of the city and the farm village -Komorebi morning market-
Yaizu City / A nostalgic yet new life in Yaizu – Sakaemachi Marche – Fukuchiyama City / An Entrepreneurial Community Expanding from Regular Fairs and Test Kitchens
Matsue City/Social Experiment of Waterside Utilization – Hitotsoranoshita – Kofu City／Social Experiment in Town Square – Adventure in Kofu Scramble Park – Kanazawa City / Responsible and motivated players voluntarily utilize public spaces – Machinova Kanazawa –
Shiwa Town/Shiwa Higashi Children’s House A new way of constructing public facilities
Tsuyama City/National First Experiment – School Insulation Workshop – Yaizu City / Turn Tokuru Children’s Center and Ekimae-dori Shopping Street Asuka Village / Terraced rice field camp project to utilize Asuka Village’s “landscape capital”
Minamiawaji City / Hand-rolled somen noodles made with local flour
04 Roundtable discussion
04-01 Challenge city management with FM x insulation
04-02 Round-table discussion of rare civil servants – CSB Publishing Committee – 04-03 NPO corporation self-governing management approaching behind the scenes 04-04 NPO self-governing vision and future
05 Column (members of NPO self-government management)
06 City Management Professional School
07 Editorial Team Chief’s Soliloquy/Public-Private Partnership Project Case Study Book Publishing Committee Editor-in-Chief Daisuke Sakakida Recommendation comment by Mr. Hitoshi Kinoshita
Learn from those who challenge!
If you don’t want to be someone who doesn’t do it, take a step now!! Hitoshi Kinoshita
Area Innovation Alliance, Cabinet Office Regional Revitalization Evangelist, etc. Specializes in management and community development. Engaged in regional business development that does not rely on subsidies from the first year of high school, and started a business in the third year of high school. His books “Machizukuri Illusion”, “Introduction to Regional Revitalization for Ordinary People”, “Regional Revitalization Encyclopedia”, and “Earning Towns Change Regions” have been translated in Taiwan, South Korea, and China. Publishing Committee Chairman’s Comment
The case study book to be published will be vol.04, and will be published for the first time in about two and a half years.
In the last two and a half years of the corona period, public-private partnership projects have also been greatly affected. Before COVID-19, many marchés were held in public spaces nationwide, and they accounted for a large proportion in this book, but in this case study during the corona crisis, the number has decreased significantly.
On the other hand, there is also the historical background of the corona disaster, and it seems that the business has started steadily rather than an event. The start of full-scale public-private partnership projects in Morioka and Tsuyama cities, the increase in city plans that are positioned in administrative plans to steadily promote public-private partnership projects, and the insulation projects for buildings including public facilities in various places. It is also a feature of this case study book that
In addition, even if it is not a public-private partnership project, the number of players who start projects that try to bring about change in the community has increased. It is also a new possibility. The theme of this case study is “first step and network”.
I have also been involved in projects, and during my time as a civil servant, I was often told to do so within the organization.
“It’s a problem if it’s a job that only you can do.”
In the first place, in Japan, which has entered a depopulation society and the situation has changed, it is impossible to solve many problems with conventional general solutions. Future urban development will be a series of special solutions, and those special solutions will be nothing more than a combination of scarcity. In the public-private partnership business, it is a combination of scarcity in the public and private sector, and the public is also required to be scarce. In other words, you have the rarity that you should be.
In this case study, we also pay attention to its rarity.
A successful project involves someone’s first step, and that first step has an impact on the surrounding area, builds a network in the region, and develops a community that was born because of your presence. People who picked up this book want to do something about their town! I guess that’s what I think. Instead of taking a heavy step, let’s take a lighter and more enjoyable first step. That bright and pleasant first step will become a rarity that only you can do, and create an indispensable network in the region.
About NPO self-government management
Since the Meiji Restoration, centralization of power has been promoted, uniform town development has been promoted across the country, and while we have become indifferent to our own regions, the impoverishment of regions due to “autonomy without management” is steadily progressing throughout the country. I’m in. . In order to break through this situation, we believe that it is necessary to develop human resources among citizens with “regional management capabilities,” promote the development of local businesses that are born from such human resources, and create a new “self-government.” rice field. That is our philosophy of “autonomous management”. Many of the members of our “NPO corporation self-government
management” are practicing businesses in various places that do not rely on subsidies and commissions. Many members have completed the “Public-Private Partnership Professional School” and “Urban Management Professional School”, which opened in 2015, in order to acquire “community management skills” themselves. From each standpoint, we have created a new “self-government” by thinking with our own heads and developing businesses.
“NPO self-government management” aims to accumulate and network these business know-how, create regional businesses in various places, and link them to increase various self-government management and bring about major social change. .
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