Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work
Fay Hanleybrown, John Kania, Mark Kramer
What does a global effort to reduce malnutrition have in common with a program to reduce teenage substance abuse in a small rural county? This follow up to FSG’s original 2011 Stanford Social Innovation Review article (which elicited hundreds of responses from around the world including from the White House), explores new examples of collective impact initiatives and provides more guidance for those who seek to initiate and lead collective impact initiatives. This article appeared on www.ssireview.org, January 2012 and is also available in Español and Français.
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