Roundtable on Collective Impact
On June 4, a dozen social-sector leaders gathered in Washington, D.C., to discuss the ways in which growing numbers of communities are aligning resources and pulling together to create significant change on a community problem—an approach called collective impact.
Eric Nee and Michele Jolin provide a summary of the roundtable and the key ideas that emerged from that discussion.
Read about the roundtable here.
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This article was originally published in Stanford Social Innovation Review.
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