Video Brief


Increasingly people in nonprofits, business, government, and community groups realize that they must collaborate if they are to find lasting remedies to complex shared problems such as homelessness, regional development, and unemployment. This video brief highlights the benefits of cross-sector collaboration for responding to public problems and opportunities. It also notes the disadvantages of collaborating, such as the greater time demands on the partners at the outset of the project.
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