Evolving Partnerships: A Guide to Working with Business for Greater Social Change
This guidebook seeks to distill the author's 15 years of experience with the advanced strategic planning of partnerships. Its aim is to enable those involved in cross-sectoral partnerships to achieve a greater scale of impact and effect social change.
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1 A planet of partnerships
2 Generations of partnership
3 Transcending limitations with a third generation ofpartnerships
4 Assessing your partnering
5 Evolving to the next generation of partnership
6 The challenges facing thirdgeneration partners
7 The particular opportunities and challenges of thirdgeneration partnerships for development
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