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The Resource Partnerships for health and human service nonprofits : from collaborations to mergers, [edited by] Tine Hansen-Turton, Richard J. Cohen, Nicholas D. Torres

Partnerships for health and human service nonprofits : from collaborations to mergers, [edited by] Tine Hansen-Turton, Richard J. Cohen, Nicholas D. Torres

Label
Partnerships for health and human service nonprofits : from collaborations to mergers
Title
Partnerships for health and human service nonprofits
Title remainder
from collaborations to mergers
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Tine Hansen-Turton, Richard J. Cohen, Nicholas D. Torres
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
""This text is filled with examples of leaders who have been responsive to change. They have built adaptable, learning-focused, and meaningfully networked organizations that are flourishing. I encourage you to determine which aspects of their experiences are most suitable to your circumstances and cultivate the essential competencies of leadership that will propel your organization forward in a 21st-century environment of dynamic transition and endless possibility."".-Diana Aviv. President and CEO, Independent Sector. The ability to respond effectively to change is perhaps the most important
Dewey number
362.109748
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Hansen-Turton, Tine,
  • Cohen, Richard J.
  • Torres, Nicholas D.,
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  • Consolidation and merger of corporations
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Partnership
  • Partnership
Label
Partnerships for health and human service nonprofits : from collaborations to mergers, [edited by] Tine Hansen-Turton, Richard J. Cohen, Nicholas D. Torres
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Introduction; Mergers and Collaborations: Finding the Right Model; Think Mission Versus Organization; Match Merger (or Collaboration) Funding to True Costs; Prioritize Cultural Due Diligence; Make Staff the Architects of Integration; Share Partnerships for Health and Human Service Nonprofits: From Collaborations to Mergers; Chapter 1: Partnership Introduction and Nonprofits in the 21st Century; The Nonprofit Sector in the 21st Century; The Purpose and Audience for This Book; Chapter Overviews; References
  • Chapter 2: The Emerging Market for Nonprofit Control: Business Model ImplicationsEditors' Overview; The State of the Nonprofit Industry; Industry Background; A Primer on Nonprofits; The Changing Industry Environment; Prevailing Nonprofit Industry Business Models; The Prevailing For-Profit Business Model; The New Nonprofit Industry Business Model; Implications and Speculations; Best-Practice Sharing: A Look at the Changing Nonprofit Human Service and Social Sector Industry and Its Private-Sector Competition; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Identifying the Right Partnership Strategy
  • On the Dotted Line: In Praise of Management ContractsManagement Contracts; The 3 Ps; Note; Chapter 4: Building a Culture of Collaboration; Editors' Overview; The Freedom Rings Partnership: Community-Focused Collaboration; Policy Change to Aid Immigrant Youth Spurs Collaboration: The Formation of the Philadelphia Deferred Action Network; Building a Culture of Collaboration; The Philadelphia Refugee Health Collaborative; Background; The Transformative Possibilities of Nonprofit Collaboration; Chapter 5: Collaboration Case Studies; Editors' Overview
  • The Future of Health Care Is Here: Partnerships With Community-Based OrganizationsBackground; Strengthening Programs and Services for Immigrant Seniors in Challenging Economic Times; North Penn Commons: Fostering Social Innovation Through Collaboration; The Latino Voter ID Work Group: A Case Study of Collaborative Leadership in Philadelphia's Barrio; References; Chapter 6: Joint Ventures in the Social Sector; Introduction; Marriage Partnerships; Parent/Child Partnerships; Appendix A; Chapter 7: Administrative Consolidations, Administrative Services Organizations, and Joint Programming
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ocn897814440
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9780826128089
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unknown
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not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)897814440
Label
Partnerships for health and human service nonprofits : from collaborations to mergers, [edited by] Tine Hansen-Turton, Richard J. Cohen, Nicholas D. Torres
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Introduction; Mergers and Collaborations: Finding the Right Model; Think Mission Versus Organization; Match Merger (or Collaboration) Funding to True Costs; Prioritize Cultural Due Diligence; Make Staff the Architects of Integration; Share Partnerships for Health and Human Service Nonprofits: From Collaborations to Mergers; Chapter 1: Partnership Introduction and Nonprofits in the 21st Century; The Nonprofit Sector in the 21st Century; The Purpose and Audience for This Book; Chapter Overviews; References
  • Chapter 2: The Emerging Market for Nonprofit Control: Business Model ImplicationsEditors' Overview; The State of the Nonprofit Industry; Industry Background; A Primer on Nonprofits; The Changing Industry Environment; Prevailing Nonprofit Industry Business Models; The Prevailing For-Profit Business Model; The New Nonprofit Industry Business Model; Implications and Speculations; Best-Practice Sharing: A Look at the Changing Nonprofit Human Service and Social Sector Industry and Its Private-Sector Competition; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Identifying the Right Partnership Strategy
  • On the Dotted Line: In Praise of Management ContractsManagement Contracts; The 3 Ps; Note; Chapter 4: Building a Culture of Collaboration; Editors' Overview; The Freedom Rings Partnership: Community-Focused Collaboration; Policy Change to Aid Immigrant Youth Spurs Collaboration: The Formation of the Philadelphia Deferred Action Network; Building a Culture of Collaboration; The Philadelphia Refugee Health Collaborative; Background; The Transformative Possibilities of Nonprofit Collaboration; Chapter 5: Collaboration Case Studies; Editors' Overview
  • The Future of Health Care Is Here: Partnerships With Community-Based OrganizationsBackground; Strengthening Programs and Services for Immigrant Seniors in Challenging Economic Times; North Penn Commons: Fostering Social Innovation Through Collaboration; The Latino Voter ID Work Group: A Case Study of Collaborative Leadership in Philadelphia's Barrio; References; Chapter 6: Joint Ventures in the Social Sector; Introduction; Marriage Partnerships; Parent/Child Partnerships; Appendix A; Chapter 7: Administrative Consolidations, Administrative Services Organizations, and Joint Programming
Control code
ocn897814440
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780826128089
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)897814440

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