4 edition of Motives for Mergers Among Family and Child-Serving Agencies found in the catalog.
April 15, 2000 by Dissertation.com .
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Title of Dissertation:MOTIVES FOR MERGERS AMONG FAMILY AND CHILD-SERVING AGENCIES Scope of Study: This dissertation explores what motivates not-for-profit social service agencies to merge and whether the merger achieves what was intended.
It also looks at unanticipated problems and changes to Motives for Mergers Among Family and Child-Serving Agencies book statements as a result Motives for Mergers Among Family and Child-Serving Agencies book the : Hilda Shirk Wenger. The agencies included in the study have experienced a merger since and are members of the Alliance for Children and Families, a national organization of family and child-serving agencies.
Findings and Conclusions: This study shows that agencies are merging to share resources and improve client services, in contrast to the findings of the Author: Hilda Shirk Wenger. Motives For Mergers Among Family And Child-Serving Agencies This dissertation explores what motivates not-for-profit Motives for Mergers Among Family and Child-Serving Agencies book service agencies to merge and whether the merger achieves what was intended/5(4).
Motives For Mergers Among Family And Child-Serving Agencies This dissertation explores what motivates not-for-profit social service agencies to merge and whether the merger achieves what was : Specialty Press/A.D.D. Warehouse.
Motives for Mergers Among Family and Child-Serving Agencies. This dissertation explores what motivates not-for-profit social service agencies to merge and whether the merger achieves what was intended. It also looks at unanticipated problems and changes to mission statements as a result of the merger.
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