Definitions for "Partnerships"
Beyond simple networks, partnerships require the commitment of the agents to work fully together to address problems and opportunities. This means they must accept long term structures that work toward sustained commitment to change and the achievement of quality. They must also accept an active commitment to changing the internal operations of each agent and helping other agents to change to achieve an improved system overall. Hence networking alone is largely passive, whereas partnerships require active participation (Mackintosh 1992).
The bringing together of representatives from different sectors / communities of interest to agree and work together towards set goals. Effective working partnerships require extensive investment of time and effort in planning, including clear details of roles, resources, and expectations. Museums regularly work in partnership with a wide range of bodies, including schools, colleges, tourist boards, other cultural agencies, and local authorities.
Formal partnership assessment arrangements are the written agreements that are undertaken between a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and other organisations or RTOs. These arrangements enable the partners to share for mutual benefit their resources, effort, time, cost, responsibility and expertise. These arrangements are regulated by the AQTF Standards for Registered Training Organisations. See also Collaborative assessment arrangements and Auspicing. Informal partnership arrangements refer to assessors and candidates working together in the assessment process.
a working relationship between two or more parties creating added value for the customer. Partners can include suppliers, distributors, joint ventures and alliances
In marketing, refers to four ways of partnering: forming alliances, mergers, business webs, and co-branding products.
A business association consisting of two or more people.
Partnerships include the formal and informal relationships and processes that people or groups participate in to support children's learning and development in the early years. Effective partnerships are characterised by people having common goals and expectations, communicating openly and treating each other with respect.
are two or more people owning a business
39. Can I exchange my partnership interest in real estate? 40. Can I convert my partnership interest into a Tenant-in-Common or similar interest just before or just after my exchange? 41. Can my partnership as a whole trade real estate owned under I.R.C. Section 1031
Close cooperation between two or more people or organisations that have common interests, rights or responsibilities.
An individual or organisation that makes a financial and/or in-kind contribution to a project.