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Posted by: Fay Hanleybrown on 2/29/2012

In January, my colleagues and I published Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work to help expand the understanding of collective impact and provide greater guidance for people and organizations seeking to initiate and implement collective impact initiatives. The response has been encouraging, and we continue to learn more about colleagues in the field who are using the five key conditions to catalyze and sustain social change in a variety of areas, from improving health outcomes for the most vulnerable to reducing underage substance abuse.

Posted by: Javier Hernandez on 2/14/2012
FSG released its newest article around the concept of collective impact, Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work a few weeks ago, and we have already seen a remarkable uptake of the article and the concepts outlined in the article. The field is thirsty to learn more about HOW to truly make collective impact work. 

Posted by: FSG Collective Impact on 2/6/2012

In November 2011, FSG conducted a webinar to discuss Shared Measurement in Collective Impact (CI).  During that webinar, FSG received over 150 questions from participants, and in the time allotted we were unable to address all of them.    To continue the webinar’s learning agenda, we asked one of our panelists – Pat Bowie of Magnolia Place Community Initiative (MPCI) – to respond to two additional and critical questions from the audience, providing her perspective as a CI practitioner.


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