Different strokes – There’s more than one way to form an alliance
Abstract: Not-for-profit organizations often collaborate among themselves to achieve a common goal. But organizations also team up when their objectives differ — not only with other nonprofits, but with for-profit entities, too. A shared day-to-day working environment exists in “coworking” arrangements, as two entities carry out independent activities. They may share not only overhead, but perhaps even ideas. Even sharing employees can be mutually beneficial.