• Collective Impact (rowing/crew analogy)

    Share this simple, two-minute animation to introduce the concept of collective impact to people outside the social change space.

    Short Video

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Tackling Complex Social Issues with Collective Impact

    Share this two-minute intro to the collective impact framework to introduce potential stakeholders to the concept.

    Short Video

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Co-Design in Collaboration: Moving from Buy-In to Shared Ownership

    Tamarack Institute, an international collective impact technical assistance leader, discusses how to engage collaborative members in the "co-design" process.

    Webinar

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Human Centered Design, Design Thinking, and Community Change

    Tamarack Institute, an international collective impact technical assistance leader, discusses how to integrate human-centered design with your collaborative work.

    Webinar

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Collective Impact 101

    Tamarack Institute, an international collective impact technical assistance leader, offers a free intro to collective impact theory.

    Webinar

    Nov 5, 2018

  • The Why and How of Working with Communities through Collective Impact

    A free e-course covering the why and how of the collective impact model.

    E-Learning

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Surveymonkey Website

    Run surveys and collect non-sensitive data and feedback using SurveyMonkey.

    Communication / Collaborative Work Tool

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Google Forms Learning Center

    Need to gather non-sensitive information from your collaborative or community? Put together a form or survey using Google Forms, and manage the data you collect from Google Sheets.

    Tutorial

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Google Slides Learning Center

    Co-work on slide presentations or keep "living" versions of group slide decks in Google Slides. NOTE: Do not use Google for sensitive or confidential information.

    Tutorial

    Nov 5, 2018

  • Google Docs Learning Center

    Learn to use shared documents for collaborative writing, editing, and remote work. NOTE: Do not use Google for sensitive or confidential information.

    Tutorial

    Nov 5, 2018