Power in Coalition: Strategies for Strong Unions and Social Change
November 2, 2010
From the Publisher:
Power in Coalition presents clear lessons. Tattersall suggests that “less is more,” because it is often easier to build stronger coalitions with fewer organizations making decisions and sharing resources. She finds the role of the individual is traditionally underestimated, even though a coalition’s success depends on a leader’s ability to broker relationships between organizations while developing the campaign’s strategy. The crafting of goals that combine organizational interest and the public interest and take into account electoral politics are crucial elements of coalition success.
Power in Coalition: Strategies for Strong Unions and Social Change, by Amanda Tattersall. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2010. ISBN 9780801476068 (pbk.)
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