"ÝA¨ valuable primer for those new to the topic....Ýt¨he authors are to be commended for bringing a research perspective to an important subject."-Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
?[A] valuable primer for those new to the topic....[t]he authors are to be commended for bringing a research perspective to an important subject.?-Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
.,.".Filled with examples and case studies, this book demystifies a complicated set of options to help nonprofit practitioners make better informed decisions for their organizations."-Kathleen P. Enright, Executive Director Grantmakers for Effective Organizations
.,.".The authors seamlessly integrate the results of their national studies with the work of other researchers and practitioners, providing insights into the types, formation, challenges, costs, and successes of restructuring. It is a book that is especially useful, timely, and stimulating given the changing landscape of the nonprofit sector. If one desires to know and utilize the most current thinking about creating productive partnerships among nonprofit organizations, then this book clearly is among the must read literature!"-John A. Yankey, Ph.D. Leonard W. Mayo Professor Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations Case Western Reserve University
About the Author
AMELIA KOHM is a Researcher at the Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago.
DAVID LA PIANA is a Founder of La Piana Associates, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in strategic solutions for nonprofit organizations and foundations./ He has taught at the University of San Francisco's Institute for Nonprofit Organization Management and at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.