The Pollyanna Principles is a book by author Hildy Gottlieb, centered on community benefit organizations and the processes that make them genuinely beneficial to the community. Gottlieb's focus is on the transformation of static, inert or otherwise stagnant practices and systems used by Community Benefit Organizations, consultants of those organizations and funding organizations.

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  • The Pollyanna Principles is a book by author Hildy Gottlieb, centered on community benefit organizations and the processes that make them genuinely beneficial to the community. Gottlieb's focus is on the transformation of static, inert or otherwise stagnant practices and systems used by Community Benefit Organizations, consultants of those organizations and funding organizations. (en)
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  • 978-0-9818928-0-1
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  • 360 (xsd:integer)
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  • Hildy Gottlieb
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  • United States
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  • Dimitri Petropolis
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  • English
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  • 2009 (xsd:integer)
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  • Resolve, Inc. d/b/a Renaissance Press
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  • The Pollyanna Principles is a book by author Hildy Gottlieb, centered on community benefit organizations and the processes that make them genuinely beneficial to the community. Gottlieb's focus is on the transformation of static, inert or otherwise stagnant practices and systems used by Community Benefit Organizations, consultants of those organizations and funding organizations. (en)
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  • The Pollyanna Principles (en)
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