How Government and Community Nonprofit Collaboration and Non-Collaboration Affects Public Sector Outcomes
This four state foster care study seeks to understand what practices state public managers perform with regards to community nonprofits that contributes to effectiveness in producing better public sector outcomes. The study produced key player field research data on the conditions under which community nonprofits produce better public sector outcomes.
This article offers reasons as to why some effective community nonprofits were able to achieve collaboration with the public sector, while others were not, despite their effectiveness. Effective public managers in the area of foster care administration permit, and at times recruit, community nonprofits to have an impact on their foster care domain, while ineffective public managers never reach out to community nonprofits as partners or further yet, block nonprofits from access.
Padot, Rebecca. "How Government and Community Nonprofit Collaboration and Non-Collaboration Affects Public Sector Outcomes." International Journal of Public Administration 42, no. 13 (2019): 1084-1094. doi: 10.1080/01900692.2019.1575851. Please note that the Recommended Citation may not be appropriate for your discipline. For help with other citation styles, please visit http://libguides.misericordia.edu/citationguide.