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Collective Impact

Mark Kramer, John Kania

Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, yet the social sector remains focused on the isolated intervention of individual organizations. Substantially greater progress could be made in alleviating many of our most serious and complex social problems if nonprofits, governments, businesses, and the public were brought together around a common agenda to create collective impact. Published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Winter 2011 and is also available in Español.





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Do you have examples of Collective Impact in intellectual disability sector?
Emily Malenfant
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Hi Dori, I have not come across any examples in this sector, but let us know if you turn any up / develop a CI effort in this space!
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I am also trying to get some traction on Collective Impact in the area of disabilities. Happy to share ideas.
David Overby
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Anne - I'm also interested in this, as I find many of the efforst to be well-intended, but nontheless stovepiped.
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Am interested in applications of CI to planning, implementing and evaluating foreign aid programs.
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