Nonprofit Mergers: The Power of Successful Partnerships

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2001 - Business & Economics - 170 pages
For maximizing assets, saving costs, and securing market share, mergers can make all the difference. But for nonprofits, mergers can mean more than leveraging resources and meeting legal requirements. They mean building consensus, maintaining ideals, and mingling cultures. In Nonprofit Mergers: The Power of Successful Partnerships, you'll learn how to do it all. Step-by-step expert strategist Dan H. McCormick guides you through a well-planned, well-executed merger and the real world merger lessons learned by a small foundation and a large association. From questions to ask, to documents to gather, this handbook cleans away myths and mysteries to give your nonprofit a powerful, proven tool you can put to work today for long-term success.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1Deciding To Merge
1
Chapter 2Selecting a Merging Partner
21
Chapter 3Laying the Groundwork with
31
Chapter 4Negotiating and Determining Structure
47
Chapter 5Dissolution vs Merger
63
Chapter 6Technical and Legal Aspects
71
Chapter 7Working with Consultants and Attorneys
85
Chapter 8Transitioning To Merge
93
Conclusion
109
Appendix CSample Notice of Meetings
127
Appendix HSample Banking Resolutions
145
Appendix LStrategic Restructuring
159
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