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Good to Great and the Social Sectors: Why Business Thinking Is Not the Answer.

Author: J C Collins
Publisher: Boulder, CO Jim Collins, 2005.
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Proposes applying the author's business strategies for transforming companies to nonprofit and public organizations to help them increase efficiency and most benefit the clients they serve.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J C Collins
OCLC Number: 656598626
Description: 35 p.

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Proposes applying the author's business strategies for transforming companies to nonprofit and public organizations to help them increase efficiency and most benefit the clients they serve.

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