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ARTICLE | Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work

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An in-depth look at how organizations of all types, acting in diverse settings, are implementing a collective impact approach to solve large-scale social problems.
John Kania, Mark Kramer, Fay Hanleybrown

By John Kania, Mark Kramer, Fay Hanleybrown

John Kania is passionate about getting people, organizations, and communities to change for the better. He co-authored two recent watershed papers: Collective Impact and Making Collective Impact Work. As a Board member and Managing Director at FSG for the past nine years, John focuses on inspiring FSG's Leadership Team, consultants, and operations staff to achieve excellence in their work. John was a keynote speaker at Tamarack's 2011 Communities Collaborating Institute.

Mark Kramer is co-founder and Managing Director of FSG, a nonprofit consulting firm established in 2000 and specializing in strategy, evaluation, and research. As the primary overseer of FSG‘s consulting practice, he helps drive the vision and growth of the firm and leads engagements across all of FSG’s impact areas, with a particular focus on shared value.

Fay Hanleybrown established FSG’s west coast presence when she opened the San Francisco office in 2002. She currently leads FSG’s Seattle office and Collective Impact approach area. She has advised a variety of clients, including private foundations, community foundations, private corporations, and nonprofits across a range of critical issues including education, global development, community philanthropy, and corporate social responsibility.

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