Five Good Ideas - Collective Impact
Date: September 21, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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For complex issues like homelessness, poverty, environmental sustainability and economic development, simple, single-sourced solutions are not working. We need to explore new approaches. Collective Impact provides a framework for community leaders to tackle these complex problems. Collective Impact seems simple in design with five core conditions:
- Building a common agenda;
- Developing shared measurement;
- Engaging in mutually reinforcing activities;
- Focusing on continuous communications; and
- Being supported by a backbone infrastructure.
The execution of successful collective impact initiatives requires the engagement of catalytic, systems leaders who focus on the health of the whole community, understand the complexity of the issue and use data to measure and drive results. In this session, Liz Weaver will present her five good ideas to get you started.
Can't make it to the live event? You can join us online!
You can remotely access the presentation and participate in a virtual chat during the session on the Five Good Ideas webpage. Please visit this alternative registration page to sign up for the livestream.
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September 20, 2015
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