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

The mindset needed for Collective Impact

When we were in the US we repeatedly heard about the ‘mindset’ required for Collective Impact.  From reading the literature we understood that collaborators needed to suspend their engrained mindset of isolated impact – my organisation’s mission, survival, program expansion

The mindset needed for Collective Impact

When we were in the US we repeatedly heard about the ‘mindset’ required for Collective Impact.  From reading the literature we understood that collaborators needed to suspend their engrained mindset of isolated impact – my organisation’s mission, survival, program expansion

Mobilising people to support Collective Impact

We’re pleased to introduce our first guest blogger – Doug Taylor, CEO  of United Way Australia.  Doug recently presented at the 2013 Volunteering Australia National Conference. Below is an edited version of his presentation – The new frontier of volunteering- mobilising people to support

Mobilising people to support Collective Impact

We’re pleased to introduce our first guest blogger – Doug Taylor, CEO  of United Way Australia.  Doug recently presented at the 2013 Volunteering Australia National Conference. Below is an edited version of his presentation – The new frontier of volunteering- mobilising people to support

Collective Impact-The Devil is in the Data

Collective Impact is gaining traction in Australia. There is a great hunger in communities to work better together – to mobilise existing effort and leverage existing resources in more strategic and coordinated ways. From our vantage point of intentionally growing

Collective Impact-The Devil is in the Data

Collective Impact is gaining traction in Australia. There is a great hunger in communities to work better together – to mobilise existing effort and leverage existing resources in more strategic and coordinated ways. From our vantage point of intentionally growing

Collective Impact beyond the comfort zone

Successful collective impact initiatives demand that we go beyond levels of comfort, past individual organisational agendas and towards an approach that emphasises common goals, common measures and mutually reinforcing activities, say Australian social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry

Collective Impact beyond the comfort zone

Successful collective impact initiatives demand that we go beyond levels of comfort, past individual organisational agendas and towards an approach that emphasises common goals, common measures and mutually reinforcing activities, say Australian social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry

Collective Impact in South Australia

South Australia has been working since 2009 to promote and support organisations, communities and governments to adopt the Collective Impact approach say Australian social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham. Over the past 6 months we have been

Collective Impact in South Australia

South Australia has been working since 2009 to promote and support organisations, communities and governments to adopt the Collective Impact approach say Australian social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham. Over the past 6 months we have been

Magnolia Place – a US case study that is changing outcomes for 35,000 children and young people in five square miles of LA

One of the most impressive applications of Collective Impact we saw in America was the Magnolia Community Initiative (MCI).  While MCI strongly exhibits all elements of the Collective Impact Framework, there are aspects about the way the framework has been

Magnolia Place – a US case study that is changing outcomes for 35,000 children and young people in five square miles of LA

One of the most impressive applications of Collective Impact we saw in America was the Magnolia Community Initiative (MCI).  While MCI strongly exhibits all elements of the Collective Impact Framework, there are aspects about the way the framework has been