Praxis Series Paper No. 12: Supporting CSO Leadership Succession – Voices from Ethiopia
This latest entry in our Praxis Series of papers focuses on leadership transition, based on research on CSOs in Ethiopia.
Praxis Series Paper No. 9: Leadership Transition – Overcoming the threat of Founder’s Syndrome
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Newly Updated Resource Database – Now Includes The Entire Catalogue Of Publications!
INTRAC has been producing publications and resources since 1994. With a focus on civil society development, concerning all areas of […]
How not to run an international organisation: the perfect case study
By Rod MacLeod. In recent years, large international NGOs have been much exercised with how best to organise themselves as […]
Leading by example? Why leadership buy-in is crucial to NGO exit strategies
By Sarah Lewis and Rachel Hayman. NGOs have not been good at designing or implementing exit strategies, and have been notoriously […]
Thinking about consortia? Answer five simple questions first
By Rick James. Consortia, networks and coalitions are all the rage nowadays. The good news is that we are finally […]
The human side of the exit strategy: staff care and personnel management
By Rachel Hayman. “Who signs the last leaving card?” A jocular question during an otherwise serious discussion at the January […]
Donetsk, Charlie Hebdo, Fergana Valley… and civil society
By Charles Buxton. At INTRAC’s November 2014 conference on civil society sustainability, I began my presentation with the deterioration in […]