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With a focus on relationship building, this book offers theoretical and practical information to organizations considering and negotiating this process. Throughout, the book employs actual case examples of health and human services organizations nationally to illustrate core concepts and offer insights into why and how organizations are forming strategic alliances to fulfill their missions and better address the consumers' needs.
PART ONE: WHEN ORGANIZATIONS COME TOGETHER: THE FUNDAMENTALS OF STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
What are Strategic Alliances?
Six Organizing Frameworks
PART TWO: COOPERATION: MUTUAL SUPPORT WITHOUT LOSS OF AUTONOMY
PART THREE: COORDINATION
Federations and Associations
PART FOUR: COLLABORATION: UNITED BY A COMMON STRATEGY
PART FIVE: COADUNATION: WHEN ONE NEW ORGANIZATION MAKES MORE SENSE
Mergers, Consolidations and Acquisitions
PART SIX: ALLIANCE EVALUATION
Strengthening an Alliance Through Evaluation