Determinants in Competition between Cross-Sector Alliances
AbstractPrivate, public, and not-for-profit organizations come together in cross-sector alliance projects and programmes (CSA) to bring about large-scale changes. CSA can often face determined competition from other alliances that oppose large-scale change or propose alterative large-scale changes. Competition can be related to people’s deeply held beliefs arising from their ideologies, cultures, and/or other sources of entrenched preconceptions. In previous CSA research, there has been little consideration of competition between CSA involving people’s deeply held beliefs. Accordingly, in this paper, a conceptual framework for better understanding CSA competition is introduced. This encompasses the influence of people’s beliefs and related underlying determinants. This is necessary because there are many large-scale challenges that involve private, public, and not-for-profit organizations working together in projects and programmes against competition. View Full-Text
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Fox, S.; Kauttio, J.; Mubarak, Y.; Niemisto, H. Determinants in Competition between Cross-Sector Alliances. Adm. Sci. 2017, 7, 31.
Fox S, Kauttio J, Mubarak Y, Niemisto H. Determinants in Competition between Cross-Sector Alliances. Administrative Sciences. 2017; 7(3):31.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fox, Stephen; Kauttio, Janne; Mubarak, Yusuf; Niemisto, Hannu. 2017. "Determinants in Competition between Cross-Sector Alliances." Adm. Sci. 7, no. 3: 31.
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