These educational and practical resources are carefully curated to diversify your collaborative’s toolkit. Got a great resource to share? Email us the document or link and if meets our curation criteria, we’ll add it to our library.
Members of your collaborative can view, comment on, or edit a document together in real time, or asynchronously, preventing version control issues.
Create a shared workspace with topical channels so that your collaborative can chat and share files.
Backbone organizations: download this toolkit right now for resources to help you with strategic planning, governance, member involvement, and more.
Download FSG's self-assessment to determine how ready your community is for collective impact, and whether collective impact is the right approach for a social issue in your community.
Collaboration for Impact is an Australian collective impact community and resource collection with excellent illustrative tools to help you explain collective impact theory.
IVMF offers population data and insight into the needs of veterans and military families.
KU offers a variety of tools for self-assessment, strategic planning, and resource mapping for collaboratives.
Use this exercise with your collaborative to. map resources and identify gaps in a structured, engaging way way.
This cross-site study report shares practical learning from collective impact practitioners implementing the model in the field.
Read the article in which Mark Kramer and John Kania's first codify "collective impact" and define conditions of success.