This paper documents the effort of an urban university working collectively with a faith‐based organization, industry partners and the government to better the livelihood of individuals in a community.
Conceptual paper that reviews current literature and applies it to a case study model.
This conceptual writing offers strategies for group success through discussions of goal setting, benefit articulation, necessary infrastructure, curriculum development, and concludes with an outline of a true case study.
Collaborative efforts of higher education, faith‐based organizations, government, and industry can work together to establish programs whose intent is to provide educational and training opportunities to at‐risk populations.
The value of the paper is in the coordination of resources to provide a service deliverable that will benefit the larger community.
Hall Jackson, F., Dinkar, R. and DeFranco, A. (2005), "Collaborative partnerships in an urban environment: working together to benefit all", International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 17 No. 7, pp. 600-613. https://doi.org/10.1108/09596110510620672Download as .RIS
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