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Organizations working together: Coordination in interorganizational networks

By Catherine Alter and Jerald Hage
Publisher: Sage

Organizational cooperation, collaboration and networking are increasingly being seen as the most effective ways of achieving goals. In this volume, the authors describe the various kinds of organizational collaborations currently taking place in the public and private sectors, and the influence these experiments have on practice, research and theory. Alter and Hage then focus on the most complete type of organizational cooperation – the systemic network – and demonstrate its effectiveness through a detailed study of two networks of public agencies.

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