July 6, 2009
Deep Lessons on Collaboration is written for individuals and leaders who want to learn about the complexities of collaboration as well as expand their choices in managing important and challenging issues constructively. Within these pages are case studies written by highly experienced consultants and practitioners. Each case details real-world challenges and solutions to complex, even polarizing, situations involving both nonprofit and government partners.
Edited by Patrick Sanaghan, EdD, and Nancy Aronson, PhD, Deep Lessons on Collaboration unravels the layered nuances of collaborative work, revealing what really works. The authors share their experiences about communication, decision-making, problem-solving, planning, and the role of power in collaborative work. The lessons can be applied to many situations that involve cross-boundary work and interorganizational partnerships and alliances.
This book will help make your collaborative efforts more successful as you work to build a better tomorrow.