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Nonprofit Mergers

The Power of Successful Partnerships (Aspen"s Nonprofit Management Series)

by Dan H. McCormick

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Published by Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business & Management,
  • Nonprofit Organizations & Charities,
  • Consolidation and merger of co,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Nonprofit organizations,
  • Mergers & Acquisitions,
  • Business & Economics / Nonprofit Organizations & Charities,
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations,
  • Strategic alliances (Business)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8190294M
    ISBN 100834218321
    ISBN 109780834218321

    We now have a legal affiliation with MultiCare Health System and are happily discovering how to be even better as Nonprofit Mergers book partnership than I had hoped could be possible. The new guidance takes into account specifics relevant to the nonprofit industry and the many unique features in which they engage. The EFCT team was an incredibly important asset to our overall process, not just for the resources they provided to support the process, but because they shared our willingness to see where the process took us. With support from EFCT, we hired a consulting firm to help us answer those questions.

    For many, this may seem a distasteful Nonprofit Mergers book after decades of Wall Street mergers made at the expense of workers, communities, and consumers-- but it doesn't have to be that way. Ultimately, a nonprofit sector that knows well how to collaborate will be far more effective in the pursuit of its public-spirited mission. Because of this, brand can be a lightning rod during a merger. Many times, he expressed his unwavering dedication to seeing more young people do service years, and that was always his hard line in discussions.

    Note that it is not expected that goodwill will arise very often in practice, because most acquisitions involving nonprofit entities are Nonprofit Mergers book full fair value exchanges. Stewarding the Brands A final obstacle that can derail merger deliberations, even when all else is aligned, is brand stewardship. The other is to merge the acquired brands into the existing one, as Cisco Systems did with the networking companies it has acquired. For many, this may seem a distasteful alternative after decades of Wall Street mergers made at the expense of workers, communities, and consumers-- but it doesn't have to be that way.


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Nonprofit Mergers by Dan H. McCormick Download PDF Ebook

From assessing reasons and readiness, to finding a partner, to negotiating the best path forward, to budgeting and implementation, Part I guides you through the maze of options with a steady hand, through worksheets, checklists, decision trees, full Nonprofit Mergers book case studies, and an extensive resource section.

Such mergers inevitably make some roles redundant, and it is harder to find roles for all senior staff. The information contained in this book will help any nonprofit organization ensure the successful continuation of its mission in the immediate future as well as for years to come.

Also on iTunes. Enista stayed on as the head of the merged organization and Ngongang became vice president of programs. For illustration purposes, assume that a nonprofit entity with a June 30, year end enacts a merger on April 1, One entity that obtains control over the other is the definitive criterion for an acquisition.

Nonprofit Mergers and Alliances, 2nd Edition

In essence, this constitutes Nonprofit Mergers book inherent contribution received because the acquirer receives Nonprofit Mergers book assets without transferring consideration.

Our organizations had wide-ranging budgets, histories, staff sizes, and brand equity. Because of this, brand can be a lightning rod during a merger. An example of successfully navigating board thickets is the merger of Crittenton Inc.

These were positive steps. Merger: A merger is a combination in which the governing bodies of two or more nonprofit entities cede control of those entities to create a new nonprofit entity. Additionally, the fact that Jan has on his team the extraordinary benefit of both financial and legal expertise was an enormous help.

And this former Commander of the Joint Special Operations Nonprofit Mergers book and US troops in Afghanistan has already shared his wisdom with the military, corporate clients, high government officials, and readers of his management book, Team Nonprofit Mergers book Teams.

Despite a downturn in giving by private donors and dramatic cuts in government spending, according to our research the rate of mergers in the nonprofit sector remained flat. By Shirley Sagawa Oct. He was one of the first people to voice support for the merger, even when it meant the organization he founded would cease to exist.

We provide: Feasibility analysis, including of potential partners, Support in negotiations, and Guidance on organizational integration and capacity building for the future.

We also performed a more detailed analysis to understand how merger activity differed by revenue and field. An illustration of the first would be a soup kitchen where the organization is supported by contributions. For the next ten months, leaders of the four organizations met regularly to develop a strategic plan to scale service years.

One important reason, we found in our research, is that deals that might have been strategically and financially advantageous turned sour during negotiations over the highly emotional issues of boards, senior staff, and brand. We started talking, and going out to coffee, and discussing how we could partner even more deeply.

We found little change in merger rates. Shared services are likely to require significant legal and operational alignment, meaning cost, revenue, and other benefits may not materialize in the short term.Mergers are just one choice on a continuum of strategic restructuring partnership options.

Notes. 1 Amelia Kohm and David La Piana, Strategic Restructuring for Nonprofit Organizations: Mergers.

‎If you are working with a nonprofit organization that a) cares about its mission, b) has any competition, and c) needs to increase fundraising volunteer recruitment, donor base, or public visibility, you should be thinking about merger.

Mergers. WASHINGTON NONPROFIT HANDBOOK: How to Form and Maintain a Nonprofit authors and editors of the July Edition of the Washington Nonprofit Handbook. This book was a collaborative project that could not have been accomplished without the good work Merger .Pdf.

Jacobs has authored, edited or contributed to more than a dozen case for a nonprofit merger than for books focusing on law and policy a business merger because the affecting nonprofit File Size: KB.Nonprofit mergers are on the rise.

Executive directors and board members are discovering the advantages: comprehensive service delivery, better finances, more powerful fundraising, increased market share. Bottom line, mergers Price Range: $ - $This book is supported by fifty partner organizations, including Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (formerly American Humanics), the only national alliance of colleges, universities, and /5(65).