Chapter 10

Networking

Rita S. Mano

Abstract

Networking is a well developed method of keeping NPO updated about resources, policy changes and economic trends. Networking is traditionally related to performance. The present chapter addresses the theoretical origins of networking and its advantages and analyzes how NPO engage in networking as well as whether the networking link to performance is a direct one or involves several additional aspects such as those of social capital and trust.

Total Pages: 106-117 (12)

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