Collective Impact 3.0

Over the past seven years a new approach has been developing, collective impact. The underlying premise is that to address complex challenges key stakeholders need to come together and work together to evolve solutions for lasting change.

The Collective Impact framework contains five core conditions including the development of a common agenda; using shared measurement to understand progress; building on mutually reinforcing activities; engaging in continuous communications and providing a backbone to move the work forward.

As any new approach there has been continuous learning and adapting on how to effectively put the approach into action. Collective Impact 3.0 is the most iteration of the approach. Mark Cabaj and Liz Weaver and the Tamarack Institute have had front row seats as collective impact has evolved. They are presenting the most recent adaptations to the approach.  We encourage all who have been using collective impact to enroll and participate in a three-day workshop in Edmonton, Alberta February 28 – March 2, 2018.

The workshop is for practitioners in early stage, mid stage and later stage community change work.

This workshop is for you if:

  • You are leading a collective impact effort as a staff or team member
  • You are part of a Collective Impact collaborative
  • You are in a collective impact network and wanting to deepen your collective impact practice
  • You want to share your collective impact experiences through a tool, case study or workshop

The workshop will explore the latest in the practice of collective impact from experts, practitioners and early adopters of the work.

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