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This is a how-to-manual for entrepreneurs and nonprofit managers who want to form strategic partnerships to accomplish their goals. Includes detailed information on research, planning, and the effects of global trends and events on the manager`s planning process, including interviews with change experts such as Alvin Toffler, David Osborne, Richard Saul Wurman, and James Fallows, plus case studies
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Glenn Jones, founder of a $700 million cable TV and private education empire, has previous been published in such diverse areas as on-line education and poetry. Now he turns his attention to another natural field of expertise, entrepreneurship, and how it can be used to further altruistic goals and missions. Based on his myriad experiences in the for-profit and non-profit worlds over the past 35 years, Jones offers a rare perspective on 21st century organizations and how they will be effected by technological change.Review:
A man with one foot rooted in history and the other in the future, Jones has long viewed cable and telecommunications as a "bridge" to the millennium. There, commerce, education, philanthropy, information-sharing and community-building efforts will gain more currency thanks to technology's warp and woof. -- The Denver Post, May 23, 1999
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Book Description Cyber Pub Group Inc, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. illustrated edition. Seller Inventory # DADAX1885400683