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Non-Governmental Organization Transformation and the Evolution of Cross-Sectoral Partnerships in the 21st Century
As complex challenges—including calls for increased transparency, the economic downturn and new entrants—change the development landscape of the 21st century, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) face pressures that they are ill-equipped to address. According to Accenture Development Partnerships, to remain relevant, NGOs will have to transform themselves—and forge collaborative, high-impact partnerships with the public and private sectors.
For an in-depth look at three distinct phases of the evolution of, and ways in which leaders of international NGOs, businesses and governments can help drive such change, read Development Collaboration: None of Our Business?
In this point of view, Accenture Development Partnerships highlights the “convergence” of challenges and the potential approaches for NGOs, governments and businesses to collaborate. Greater investment in areas such as technology, human capital and global governance will be required if NGOs are to play a critical role in a new breed of cross-sectoral partnerships and be more readily equipped to solve the problems of a world in crisis.
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October 1, 2010
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