• Seanna Davidson

How Philanthropic Collaborations Succeed, and Why They Fail

article: alison powell, susan wolf ditkoff and fay twersky


intro: Funders need to push past politeness and hammer out expectations for how their collective action will create value—for beneficiaries, grantees, and themselves—beyond what they could do alone.

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