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Over the years, the Forum has developed coaching, training and tools to help independent coalition leaders do collective “seeing and learning” in order to accelerate their collective “doing.” Because the Collective Impact Forum is a place to share ideas and experiences, Forum CEO Karen Pittman offer
Government policies must change in order to help partnerships improve the lives of young people through the power of collective impact.
That’s the message of a new report that examines how federal, state and local policies impede collaboration in the child and youth field – and how they can enhance collaboration instead.
Anyone working on collective impact strategies for children and youth doesn’t want to miss the new issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review – the journal that helped to launch the collective impact movement.
The federal government is about to invite local, state and tribal governments to apply for unprecedented flexibility to use federal funds in innovative ways to help disconnected youth. And the Forum has just released a guide to help you get ready to apply for these Performance Partnership Pilots (P3s).
"How could we know as much as we do, spend as much as we do, care as much as we say we do and accomplish so little for so many kids over so long a period of time?"
The Quest for Readiness, the Forum for Youth Investment’s 2013 Annual Report, brings you stories from around the country about community and state leaders working to strengthening partnerships, practices and
Forum CEO Karen Pittman guest blogs for the Collective Impact Forum on embracing emergence - a key theme from John Kania's plenary session at the 2014 Ready by 21 National Meeting.