ERIC Number: ED327285
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Sep
Reference Count: 0
The National Coalition for Campus Child Care: A Study in Strategic Success.
Jenkins, Martin D.
This paper follows the course of the National Coalition for Campus Child Care through its 20-year history. During this period, the organization has pursued its belief that child care should be provided as an integral part of higher education in America. The crises which the organization has overcome are typical of those frequently encountered by new organizations, whether they are campus child care centers or national constituent groups. This history of the National Coalition offers lessons to those who would analyze this organization as a model of some of the phases through which start-up organizations must pass on their way to institutionalization and success. The history also discusses plans of the Coalition's board to ensure the success of the Coalition and move the mature organization to an even closer connection with its constituents and their interests. (BB)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Organizational Resources Group, Worthington, OH.
Identifiers: National Coalition for Campus Child Care Inc; Organizational Excellence; Organizational History; Professional Role; Strategic Planning