During the last five years, a new kind of approach to creating systemic change has been on the rise. The collective impact model. This framework calls upon different actors in the impact ecosystem – government, business, nonprofits, philanthropy, etc. – to collaborate in a structured way towards shared impact outcomes.
In this article, we’ll dig into why this model holds such promising potential for the impact sector as a whole, especially in terms of not just achieving better outcomes but scaling them as well.
We’ll also identify some of the challenges involved in taking this approach, and share a key cloud-based platform that impact organizations of all sizes and sectors can use to help make their collective impact models successful.
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