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Networks and partnerships are essential to Extension in communities throughout the country. In larger cities, the netwoks are more vast, with thousands of potential large and small public and private collaborators. Even within one organization, there may be multiple points of contact. In working with diverse collaborators on community prioirites, Extension addresses multiple stakeholder agendas.
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Relationship-Based Approach to Leadership
Personal and Extended Networks are Central to the Entrepreneurial Process
The Network Construct in Entrepreneurship Research: A Review and Critique (2001)
Network-Based Research in Entrepreneurship, A Critical Review (2003)
Network-Based Research in Entrepreneurship: A Decade in Review (2015)
Networked Society City Index
Network Theory of Organization: A Multilevel Approach
Entrepreneurship Through Social Networks
The Playmaker Influence Decision System
The Network Structure of Social Capital
Building a Network Theory of Social Capital
Social Capital: Maturation of a Field of Research
Three Traditions of Network Research: What the Public Management Research Agenda Can Learn from Other Research Communities
Human Capital, Social Capital, and Social Network Analysis: Implications for Strategic Human Resource Management
Social Intelligence and the Biology of Leadership
Public and Private Partnerships
A Structured Approach to Effective Partnering
Partnership Relationship Management
A Multidisciplinary Collaborative Approach to a University-Community Partnership:Lessons Learned
Coming to Terms With the Public-Private Partnership
Successful Partnerships, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)