Interorganizational Partnerships in Local Job Creation and Job Training Efforts: Six Case Studies




The report is based on six case studies of interorganizational arrangements linking job training and job creation activities. Data for the study were collected over the first half of 1989. One or more member of the study team visited each site twice. Findings indicate that in all six cases informal networks which, for the most part, had been on-going for a number of years and involved local decision-makers were more important than formal agreements in making interorganizational arrangements work. Such networks were often difficult to trace but became more apparent as researchers were able to identify overlapping informal contacts by community leaders through memberships on boards of non-profit organizations (including JTPA), Chambers of Commerce, local community colleges and involvement in activities to promote employment and expand local economies.



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