Collective Impact

Collective Impact in Emergency Response

A Case Study of Milwaukee’s COVID-19 Civic Response Team
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August 20, 2020 /3BL Media/ Milwaukee’s COVID-19 response has been a remarkable mobilization of resources and organizations to address needs for shelter, food, testing, Internet connection, and more. Necessity has forced such collective efforts in many cities, but Milwaukee’s may be unique in the civic architecture that has been built and that may be sustained beyond the crisis. 

Collective Impact Without Borders

by Philippe Sion
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Since publishing the original collective impact article in 2011, the majority of FSG’s work supporting cross-sector collaboration has been focused on communities or regions in the U.S.—like supporting the Early Matters coalition in improving early childhood education in Houston, Texas, or 

How a Cross-Sector Coalition is Reducing Childhood Asthma in Texas

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Dallas Children’s Medical Center, a 100-year-old nonprofit hospital serving North Texas, identified the need to reduce disparities in childhood asthma outcomes across racial, socioeconomic, and geographic boundaries. Asthma is the most common chronic condition for children living in Dallas and was the top cause for admission to the Children’s Health emergency department in 2013.

Three Reasons to be Optimistic about Early Care and Education

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“Where do we even start?”

“How can we expand access when we don’t have good quality?”

“How do we build a skilled workforce when we can’t pay them what they deserve?”

“How do we reach the informal providers who are caring for half of our community’s children?”

The CSR Scoop - 6/26/2015

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Another week gone and we are just shocked by how this summer is flying by! Let’s stop to smell the roses – and to catch up on what’s being discussed in the world of CSR. The buzz this week centered on employee engagement: as one of today’s most pressing business mandates, as an outcome of volunteering and CSR initiatives, and as a core element of the “collective impact” equation.


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Tackling Complex Problems through Collective Impact

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What is collective impact? How is it different from other forms of collaboration? We know that these questions aren’t always easy to answer, even for collective impact practitioners.

That’s why the Collective Impact Forum has created a short motion graphic, Tackling Complex Social Problems through Collective Impact, to illustrate how collective impact works and why it’s an effective approach to social change.

Collective Insights on Collective Impact

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Sponsored and curated by the Collective Impact Forum, "Collective Insights on Collective Impact," which appears in Stanford Social Innovation Review's fall issue, shares cutting-edge thinking from 22 practitioners, funders, community organizers, and thought-leaders.

Through the diverse voices of the authors, you can dive deeper into important collective impact topics such as public policy, evaluation, sources of power, and community engagement.

Blog - Who Should Be at the Table? Lessons from Collective Impact Role Play

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Who Should Be at the Table? Lessons from Collective Impact Role Play

I had the privilege of speaking at a recent Leadership Retreat hosted by Randolph Hospital in Asheboro, North Carolina, focused on “Engaging our Community in Population Health.” As a native North Carolinian, I enjoyed returning to my home state to meet with local leaders and discuss the potential application of collective impact in addressing complex health challenges.

Blog - The Types of Problems Suited for Collective Impact

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Read The Types of Problems Suited for Collective Impact

I am often asked – should we adopt a collective impact approach in our work? While we have seen that the collective impact approach can be critical to achieving significant large-scale change, it is not always the right approach. Although every situation is context specific, the four questions below can help you determine if collective impact makes sense for your work.

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