If we are serious about impact and outcomes, Collective Impact seems a promising approach.
I recently presented on the topic of “Collective Impact – the possibilities, pitfalls and Aotearoa NZ experience” at a funding hui in Taupo. You can view the presentation below, and a big thanks to Comet Auckland and to the Tow Foundation in the US for sharing your Collective Impact learnings.
In preparing the presentation, one quotation hit me as a perfect cameo of why working collectively matters – and, (as discussed in a previous post “The fish-hooks of funding for outcomes”), why asking each individual organisation to prove their social outcomes…
Originally posted on Kate Frykberg’s blog on Philanthropy and Community
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