5 edition of Strategic alliances for nonprofit organizations found in the catalog.
Strategic alliances for nonprofit organizations
Charles E. Bartling
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-75).
|Statement||Charles E. Bartling ; foreword by Glenn Tecker.|
|LC Classifications||HD62.6 .B38 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 89 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
|ISBN 10||0880341440, 0880341432|
|LC Control Number||98022608|
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He has authored 16 books, dozens of articles, and over case studies on business and nonprofit organizations. His most recent book is “The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed Through Strategic Alliances” (February ).
He can be reached at [email protected]. Ideas for Strategic Alliances for Nonprofits. An ongoing constraint in nonprofit organizations is a lack of resources. Whether these are financial, human or technical, the demand commonly outstrips the supply.
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Meeting the Collaboration Challenge Workbook: Developing Strategic Alliances Between Nonprofit Organizations and Businesses4/5(1). Meeting the Collaboration Challenge Workbook: Developing Strategic Alliances Between Nonprofit Organizations and Businesses (J-B Leader to Leader Institute/PF Drucker Foundation Book 68) - Kindle edition by Drucker, Peter F., Austin, James E., Hesselbein, Frances.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, 4/4(1). Strategic alliances and restructuring resources for nonprofits including tools that can help your organization's leaders explore the possibility.
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Partnerships and collaboration are strategic alliances between nonprofits that are intended to achieve greater impact than any organization could generate on its own. These alliances exist along a broad spectrum of approaches, ranging from less integrated associations and coalitions to more highly integrated joint programming, shared services.
Strategic management in nonprofit organizations is the process of selecting an organization's goals, determining the strategic programs necessary to achieve specific objectives in. Austin, J.
The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Business Succeed through Strategic Alliances. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed through Strategic Alliances James E.
Austin, Frances Hesselbein (Foreword by), John C. Whitehead (Foreword by) ISBN: February Jossey-Bass Pages. Strategic Alliances for Nonprofit Organizations by Bartling, Charles E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Strategic Alliances for Nonprofit Organizations by Bartling, Charles E - AbeBooks.
HBS Working Knowledge: Business Research for Business Leaders. Get this from a library. Meeting the collaboration challenge: workbook: developing strategic alliances between nonprofit organizations and businesses.
[Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management.;]. Many of today's nonprofit health and human service organizations are developing coalitions, mergers, and other types of interorganizational alliances. These newly formed partnerships are created to gain a greater capacity within the organization and establish community-driven initiatives.
While new strategies can enhance the scope and quality of organizations, they may. The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed through Strategic Alliances / Edition 1. by James E. Austin, Frances Hesselbein, "Austin has performed a valuable service for nonprofit organizations and their corporate partners by illuminating the dynamics of successful relationships.
His useful book deserves to be widely Price: $ 4/30/ Collaborative relationships between nonprofits and corporations working together to contribute to society is the wave of the future and makes excellent strategic sense, says HBS professor James E. Austin. In this excerpt from his book The Collaboration Challenge, Austin dissects the collaborations between Boston-based City Year program and Timberland, and the.
Meeting the Collaboration Challenge Workbook: Developing Strategic Alliances Between Nonprofit Organizations and Businesses Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management ISBN: May Jossey-Bass 96 Pages.
Meeting the Collaboration Challenge Workbook: Developing Strategic Alliances Between Nonprofit Organizations and Businesses Paperback – May 24 by Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Amazon Price New from 4/5(1). The voluntary nonprofit sector is now involved in all aspects of people's lives. The management of such organizations has never been of more interest than it is now, and the sector as a whole is in a period of great change.
Well-meaning amateurs are being replaced by highly committed and professional leaders, and one in every six employees in the service sector is now working in.
Strategic Alliances (Oxford Management Readers Series): Theory This book addresses the basic concepts and theories of collaborative strategy. It presents. Through well-developed examples, this book examines the formation and maintenance of strategic alliances. From the motives that lead organizations to form relationships, to practical tips on how to sustain, recreate, and end partnerships, this text is a useful reference for both beginners and seasoned practitioners.
Bailey, D & Koney, K MStrategic alliances among health and human services organizations: from affiliations to consolidations, Sage sourcebooks for the human services, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 30 Aprildoi: / Bailey, Darlyne and Kelly M Koney.
In his award-winning book The Collaboration Challenge, James E. Austin demonstrated how nonprofits and businesses can succeed through strategic alliances.
Now, in Meeting the Collaboration Challenge, the Drucker Foundation provides specific guidance to help nonprofits of every size put collaboration into practice/5(3). The book is also useful in that it includes case studies from nonprofits engaged in strategic planning, along with alternative approaches to strategic planning.
This book works well, not only for the Extremely well organized and executed, I found this book very helpful in laying out how to do strategic planning/5. A new avenue of success is being pursued by many nonprofits in the arena of strategic alliances.
In this program, Campbell and Jones explore the many different sides of the strategic alliances question, pointing out the various dos and don’ts involved and focusing their attention on the trends that are leading organizations in this directions.
The value created by public–nonprofit (PNP) alliances often emphasizes public sector service delegation to nonprofits, but public and nonprofit organizations often seek to create shared social value with alliances, particularly in sectors where there is : Jason Coupet, Kate Albrecht, Teshanee Williams, Sue Farruggia.
As nonprofits consider strategies for the future, it is not unusual for a board or staff to explore the possibility of collaborating or entering into strategic alliances with another nonprofit(s) or even a for-profit entity.
Your nonprofit may actively seek out a collaboration, consider restructuring, or even consider a merger. Strategic planning is now a ubiquitous practice in U.S. governments and nonproﬁ t organizations. Th e practice has become widespread for many reasons, but the chief one is the evidence that strategic planning typically “works,” and often works extremely well.
Improvements in strategic planning practice are likely to come as it isFile Size: KB. Creating Social Enterprises Through Strategic Alliances: A Tool Kit for NGOsseeks to address some of these challenges by offering a range of entrepreneurial strategies for NGOs to diversify and increase their income.
It’s designed to take readers step-by-step toward developing mutually beneficial strategic. and Differences Between Nonprofit and For-Profit Strategic Alliances • Nonprofit Strategic Alliances Case Studies: Lessons From the Trenches • Merging Nonprofit Organizations: The Art and Science of the Deal Additionally, Strategic Alliances Among Health and Human Services Organizations: From Affiliations to Consolidations, written by Dean File Size: KB.
The issues covered by the book are very topical. Strategic alliances have become increasingly important to organizational survival.
In addition, some organizations, including businesses, recognize that, for the long haul, they need to be in closer harmony with deeper aspirations of their customers, employees and shareholders/5(7).
In he authored The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed Through Strategic Alliances (Jossey-Bass Publishers)which was selected to be part of the Drucker Foundation Leader Book series and received one of the Independent Sector's research publication awards.
Strategic alliances almost always help organizations reach their goals. However, not all alliances are productive, strategic, or wise. When nonprofits blindly or hastily enter into alliances with other organizations and especially with governments, they risk diluting the quality of their services and missing their targets.
Social Alliances: Company/Nonprofit Collaboration. investigation of 11 social alliances involving 26 organizations. Though social alliances may. There are many books, articles, and on-line resources about the topic of nonprofit strategic restructuring; each is geared for slightly different uses.
Here is a sampling for you. (Alphabetical, by author or publisher) Arsenault, Jane, Forging Nonprofit Alliances, Jossey-Bass Publishers, This is the best book on nonprofit strategic. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for J-B Leader to Leader Institute/PF Drucker Foundation: The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed Through Strategic Alliances 60 by James E.
Austin (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Strategic alliances (Business) Series. Jossey-Bass nonprofit and public management series. Summary "In Forging Nonprofit Alliances, Jane Arsenault draws on her years of experience helping nonprofits join forces to show how nonprofits can use consolidation as a strategic tool to enhance rather than undermine mission.
Strategic Management in Nonprofit Organizations is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by the owners of the trademarks or service marks referenced in this product. There may be images in this book that feature models; these models do not necessarily endorse, represent, orFile Size: 1MB.
Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations: A Reference Handbook engages voices on issues and leadership topics important to those seeking to understand more about this dynamic sector of society. A major focus of this two-volume reference work is on the specific roles and skills required of the nonprofit leader in voluntary organizations.
Nonprofit organizations may enter into other strategic alliances that are temporary or permanent, and allow both entities to “test the waters” before binding themselves to.
Nonprofit Strategic Partnerships Building Successful Ones and Avoiding the Legal Traps 2 Strategic Partnership Defined Strategic partnerships are formal alliances between two commercial enterprises usually formalized by business contracts Usually falls short of forming a legal partnership, agency or corporate affiliate relationship Source.The Nonprofit Mergers Workbook, Part I will give you concrete assistance with your own merger plans and implementation.
(Available in print and e-book from Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Also on iTunes.) The Nonprofit Mergers Workbook, Part II: Unifying the Organization after a Merger. Deciding to merge is only the first step in a long process.Buy the Hardcover Book The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed through Strategic Alliances by James E.
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