There have been several other initiatives around the nation that aggregated consultant databases, provided scoring systems for capacity builders, or aggregated online resources. However, this is the first initiative to evaluate the feasibility of including all three components above in an integrated online format. With this ambitious goal in mind, the planning team evaluated the feasibility and potential business model for an Information Exchange in Los Angeles. The report that follows summarizes the findings, recommendations and lessons that emerged from this feasibility study.
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Title: Collaborative Capacity Building: Lessons Learned From the Los Angeles Information Exchange Feasibility Study
Publication date 2013-03-27
Publication Year 2013
Nonprofit Finance Fund
, Taproot Foundation
, Center for Nonprofit Management
, information exchange
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