Thursday, June 26, 2014

Free learning opp: Why Collective Impact and Why Now?

Interested in collective impact?   Learn with the best at the free Tamarack tele-learning event Why Collective Impact and Why Now? Friday, August 8 from 11:00 am - Noon (Eastern).   Speakers Melody Barnes and Paul Born will engage participants in an interactive session during which everyone will explore the idea and practice of Collective Impact and why it's crucial that leaders embrace this framework.

Not sure what exactly Collective Impact is?   FSG's definition is to the right.   FSG's website boasts a number of Collective Impact-related materials and tools including videos, a webinar, and a written piece.

Community Research also has some useful information, tools, and links.   Naturally, Stanford Social Innovation Review has contributed to the knowledge base with Collective Impact.   Another useful website is Innoweave's collective impact collection.

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