Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts in Leadership (MAL)
This work related project implemented strategies of leadership behavior designed to assist representatives from organizations that represent state and local government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and industry make advancements to develop a sustainable collaboration among these organizations. The representatives voluntarily convene to improve the nutritional wellness of low income people in Minnesota. The dynamics of strategic leadership theory as it was applied to this project are illustrated. The purpose of this project was to identify ways to assist them inter-organization collaboration (IOC) achieve the goal: to develop and sustain a cohesive, visible, inclusive, and productive collaboration among member organizations. The objective was to understand and use specific strategic leadership behavior that can encourage representatives from member organizations to sustain the collaboration through their commitment and action. The recommendation is that the coordinator of the IOC continue this approach to advance actions that achieve the stated goal.
Cvengros, Dawn, "Leadership for Inter-organization Collaboration" (2002). Theses and Graduate Projects. 632.