Making Integration Work

Overview

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This section will help you understand how to make integration work for your organization. There are many kinds of integration, such as sharing back-office resources, undertaking independent activities in a coordinated way, coordinating delivery of specific services, signing agreements for short or long term joint initiatives or actually merging/amalgamating with another organization. You can find descriptions of different types of integration as well as case studies and models and principles. Success stories and cautionary tales will provide insights as to which contexts may make different types of integration most successful for you. You might wish to use our Search Tools to hone in on materials directly relevant to your situation.

For a more in-depth look at how to manage and structure integration (including integrations which are not voluntary), go to Tools for Transformation.

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