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Nonprofit Mergers Workbook Part I: The Leaders Guide to Considering, Negotiating, and Executing a Merger, Updated Edition

Nonprofit Mergers Workbook Part I: The Leaders Guide to Considering, Negotiating, and Executing a Merger, Updated Edition

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Mergers can help you accomplish more mission, more effectively. Nonprofit mergers are on the rise. Executive directors and board members are discovering the advantages: Comprehensive service delivery, Better finances, More powerful fundraising, Increased market share, Bottom line, mergers make more mission possible. Turn what can be a daunting process into a manageable one From assessing reasons and readiness, to finding a partner, to negotiating the best path, to budgeting and implementation, author David La Piana guides you through the maze of options with a steady hand. Based on experience with more than sixty mergers, this handbook is the perfect starting point for any nonprofit exploring a possible merger and a basic resource for all nonprofit managers. You'll find: How to decide what kind of structure from collaboration to merger meets your goals, How to know your own motivation and keep your mission forefront, What kind of merger best fits your goals, structure, and financial situation, How to seek merger partners and objectively assess the pros and cons of each, How to manage the boards essential role in merger considerations, How to exercise due diligence and write the merger agreement, How to deal with the rumor mill, What you can do yourself, when to call in attorneys and consultants, and how to select them, Typical roadblocks and how to beat them, How to move past old history and build new traditions as you integrate staff, management, boards, systems, and corporate cultures, How to budget for and raise funds to implement the merger, And much more! Full merger case studies, decision trees, twenty-two worksheets, checklists, tips, milestones, an extensive resource section and many samples including the minutes of a completed merger negotiation give you concrete assistance with your own merger plans and implementation. A special chapter written for nonprofit organizational consultants explains their roles and responsibilities in assisting clients interested in merger. The Nonprofit Mergers Workbook Part I shows that merger is not a last ditch survival move but an important strategic tool for organizations focused on doing their best for their community.