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Guidelines | October 4, 2011

Institutional Strengthening

Building Strong Management Processes

Institutional Strengthening is a reference for organizations that wish to develop or improve existing institutional strengthening systems and processes. It presents principles, minimum standards, best practices, business processes, references and tools for effective, efficient and sustainable organizations.

The document consists of 10 chapters that cover the key functional areas of most organizations. Each chapter (and indeed each step and process within each chapter) can be used as a stand-alone document. CRS offers Institutional Strengthening as an adaptable tool that may be used to develop new—or strengthen existing—policies, processes and practices.