Go slow to go fast – a mantra for getting started with Collective Impact.

  As the field of Collective Impact grows in Australia we are seeing many communities and causes grapple with the challenge of getting started.  What we observe is that social leaders are so conditioned to ‘taking action’ that, for many,

Go slow to go fast – a mantra for getting started with Collective Impact.

  As the field of Collective Impact grows in Australia we are seeing many communities and causes grapple with the challenge of getting started.  What we observe is that social leaders are so conditioned to ‘taking action’ that, for many,

Do More Than Give… and do it collectively for greater impact

The first inaugural Collective Impact conference, held in Sydney, saw Emily Tow Jackson from The Tow Foundation, a family fund, deliver a keynote address which she said was one more way she and her family can support a growing trend towards

Do More Than Give… and do it collectively for greater impact

The first inaugural Collective Impact conference, held in Sydney, saw Emily Tow Jackson from The Tow Foundation, a family fund, deliver a keynote address which she said was one more way she and her family can support a growing trend towards

Collective Impact 2014 – Why Philanthropists and Business Should Be There

The cohort of ‘early adopters’ of Collective Impact must move beyond community and government leaders and include more philanthropists and business leaders, according to social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham.    We have been blogging and talking

Collective Impact 2014 – Why Philanthropists and Business Should Be There

The cohort of ‘early adopters’ of Collective Impact must move beyond community and government leaders and include more philanthropists and business leaders, according to social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham.    We have been blogging and talking

Weary and wary of collaboration? Enter ‘Collective Impact’

We recently had this article published in Generosity magazine and thought you might be interested….. The upcoming ‘Collective Impact 2014’ conference brings more than a buzzword to the social change sector, and philanthropists should take note. What is collective impact?

Weary and wary of collaboration? Enter ‘Collective Impact’

We recently had this article published in Generosity magazine and thought you might be interested….. The upcoming ‘Collective Impact 2014’ conference brings more than a buzzword to the social change sector, and philanthropists should take note. What is collective impact?

A Reflection: Collective Impact in Australia – 12 months on

After just over 12months of fully immersing ourselves in trying to better understand how we can increase our “Collective Impact in Australia” we have reflected on the year about to end and what’s ahead for 2014.   There is no question

A Reflection: Collective Impact in Australia – 12 months on

After just over 12months of fully immersing ourselves in trying to better understand how we can increase our “Collective Impact in Australia” we have reflected on the year about to end and what’s ahead for 2014.   There is no question

How Collective Impact can help Better Futures, Local Solutions – and other place based policies – implement for impact

In 2012, the Australian government released an innovative place-based policy called Better Futures, Local Solutions aimed at helping families and individuals in 10 communities boost their work skills, find jobs and provide opportunities for their children.  While the policy was carefully designed

How Collective Impact can help Better Futures, Local Solutions – and other place based policies – implement for impact

In 2012, the Australian government released an innovative place-based policy called Better Futures, Local Solutions aimed at helping families and individuals in 10 communities boost their work skills, find jobs and provide opportunities for their children.  While the policy was carefully designed

Sign up for Australia’s first Collective Impact conference

             Collective Impact 2014: Convene, Immerse, Learn Australia’s first ever conference on the Collective Impact framework. Save the date: 25 – 26 February, Sydney CBD. Places are limited so register your interest now. What you will experience: Far from being your usual conference, Collective Impact 2014 will deliver an innovative

Sign up for Australia’s first Collective Impact conference

             Collective Impact 2014: Convene, Immerse, Learn Australia’s first ever conference on the Collective Impact framework. Save the date: 25 – 26 February, Sydney CBD. Places are limited so register your interest now. What you will experience: Far from being your usual conference, Collective Impact 2014 will deliver an innovative