Links and other info

Information

Here are some of our favourite links to great information about Collective Impact. We hope you find this useful.

The Collective Impact framework

For Social Good (FSG): Social Impact Consultants – website

Collective Impact – PDF

Channeling Change – PDF

Roundtable on Collective Impact – blog

What is Collective Impact (1) – video

What is Collective Impact (2) – video

Collective Impact examples

12 profiles of Community Wide Change: The Bridgespan Group – PDF

Elizabeth River – video

GAIN: Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition – video

Strive Together – website

Strive Network – website

Alignment Nashville – website

United Way Cincinnati – website

Tools

Below are a range of tools and resources we have come across that others are using to help them with the various elements of the Collective Impact Framework.

Tools for creating a common agenda

Key Criteria – Selecting the Right Player to Lead

Twyfords Framework – Collaborative Governance

IAP2 Public Participation Spectrum

Harvard Negotiation Project

Tools for governing a Collective Impact initiative

Funding Collective Impact Efforts – PDF

Leading Boldly article

Alignment Nashville

Tamarack Institute for Community Change

Twyfords

Tools for managing shared measurement

Strive Ed Jeff Edmonson – Data and How we use it

Software for measuring social impact

Results Based Accountability

Results Based Accountability Guide

Mario Marino ebook — Leap of Reason

Tools for backbone organisations

Bridgespan Community Collaboratives – Tools and Resources

Part 1 – understanding the value of backbone organisations

Part 2 – understanding the value of backbone organisations

Part 3 – understanding the value of backbone organisations

Part 4 – understanding the value of backbone organisations

Backbone Organisation Slides

General Electric – multi party negotiation ideas and tools:

geworkout.com

scribd.com ge-workout

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