The Collective Impact model provides a structure for multiple organizations to forge a common agenda for solving a complex and specific social issue. Using this model, we seek a whole-of-sector approach with the aim to convene the key influencing partners for a common understanding of the problems, to conceive and align end outcomes, and decide on mutually reinforcing activities in the partnership.
In this webinar, Paul Born provided an overview of Collective Impact, explored the 5 core principles as well as the differences between Collective Impact and Collaboration.
It has been a wonderful experience for Tamarack Institute to work with the National Council of Social Service to drive Collective Impact further in Singapore.
Take Your Learning Further:
- Learn more about Tamarack Institute and National Council of Social Service
- Check out Paul's book Deepening Community: Finding Joy Together in Chaotic Times and his recent article, When Community Becomes "Unessential"
- Watch Collective Impact in action, in Singapore: Integrated Care Programme
- Read these resources: