A Case Study Review about Partnership Lessons and Issues
Overview: A partnering philosophy values what others have to offer. It values the diversity of knowledge and opinions held by others. In order for CARE to describe itself as “a partnering organization,” partnering principles must be practiced in its corporate culture through systems, attitudes, norms, and incentive structures, i.e., its way of doing business.
A partnering ethos would shape the way we relate to everyone. When taken as part of a partnering philosophy, rather than as an approach to a specific programmatic issue, partnering principles would describe us, not a relationship. They would describe how we think and behave, how we approach all relationships, irrespective of how the other party thinks or behaves, or how the relationship is structured.
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