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Tom McLaughlin on Joint Programming

Aug 20, 2012

Joint programming is a form of collaboration where organizations share the launch and management of one or more programs.  Organizations involved in joint programming share decision-making powers for the program while maintaining their independence in managing their own programs.

Tom McLaughlin, author of Nonprofit Mergers and Alliances and the founder of McLaughlin and Associates, answers some of the Foundation Center’s questions regarding administrative collaborations. This is the third and final video in a series where Tom McLaughlin answers questions about different types of nonprofit collaborations. 

Learn more about this topic at the Collaboration Hub, where you can find examples of joint programming in a collection of 650+ profiles of nonprofit collaborations and browse related articles, reports, videos, podcasts, and live chat transcripts.

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