The Challenge of Drastically Changing Times: The Urban League Adjusts to a Post-Civil Rights Landscape (Sequel) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The Challenge of Drastically Changing Times: The Urban League Adjusts to a Post-Civil Rights Landscape (Sequel)  Case Solution

During the Reagan administration of the 1980s, the big yearly federal grants and contracts that had grown during the 1960s and 1970s, supporting its network of 113 affiliates and the National Urban League, were slashed all of a sudden.

Folks wondered if the Urban League would break up. This case chronicles what occurred during this age of transition with the NUL. Pair with the first part of the case (HKS 863). (HKS Case Number 1634.1.)

This is just an excerpt. This case is about   LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLE

PUBLICATION DATE: October 01, 2001 PRODUCT #: HKS864-HCB-ENG

 

 

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