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on Nov 10, 2015
Our free, 10 minute survey helps those engaged in cross-sector partnerships think through the development and progress of their partnership and provides immediate, tailored feedback, tools and resources to help partners get better results, faster.
on Nov 10, 2015
A set of suggestions and resources to use your Cross-Sector Partnership Assessment feedback to facilitate group discussion aimed at improved stakeholder engagement.
A two-page guide that will help collective impact leaders unite their stakeholders and achieve success.
Use this simple template to capture action commitments at the end of meetings with your partners.
This short and simple exercise is designed to help cross-sector partnerships think through who they should be engaging, and in what ways, in order to achieve their shared result.
on Aug 21, 2015
As of June 30, 2014, the Fund had commitments of $34.6 million from ten investors. Since inception, our total cumulative lending of $40.2 million has sparked initiatives with total funding of over $825 million.
on Aug 13, 2015
City Accelerator Guide for Embedding Innovation in Local Government was the first in a series of three Pilot Projects launched in early 2015 to test Living Cities' hypotheses around open-sourcing social change.
Living Cities and our member institutions invested together in the Gulf Coast, where the magnitude of the post-Katrina challenge was unprecedented and the groups and organizations requiring help were exceptionally burdened.
on May 20, 2015
This free e-course will help collective impact initiatives better understand why and how to work with community members.
on May 1, 2015
Tackling racial inequalities head on is critical to dramatically improving results for low-income people. Our webinar explored applying a racial equity lens to community engagement and collective impact work.
on Apr 14, 2015
In the fifth week of our e-course on community engagement in collective impact, we look at how community engagement in collective impact can help advance racial equity.
on Apr 7, 2015
In the fourth week of our e-course on community engagement in collective impact, we look at opportunities for collective impact initiatives to apply business concepts to community engagement work.
on Mar 31, 2015
In the third week of our e-course on community engagement in collective impact, we introduce the concept of “feedback loops” and how they can improve your work with community members.
on Mar 24, 2015
Our free e-course will help you better understand the process of working with community members through collective impact.
Living Cities is hitting the road with former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak to survey the partnerships between mayors and schools with an eye toward improving outcomes for kids.
on Mar 17, 2015
Our free e-course helps collective impact initiatives understand why to work with community members and improve their process of community engagement.
on Jan 12, 2015
This guide gives local leaders a practical, action-oriented framework for breakthrough innovation.
on Dec 8, 2014
Shared-mobility programs like bike-share and car-share have significant potential to benefit low-income users, yet often do not reach that population.
Living Cities commissioned research to explore the potential of bike-share, car-share and ride-share to help low-income people access opportunity.
We are partnering with Bloomberg Philanthropies to support a growing network of cities with dedicated innovation teams that are developing and deploying bold ideas to tackle the biggest issues facing city governments.
on Nov 10, 2014
This report is a culmination of the first three years of the work of The Integration Initiative's partner sites.
This executive summary highlights the main findings from the evaluation of the first three years of the work of The Integration Initiative's partner sites.
on Oct 30, 2014
This resource illustrates the final rankings for cities participating in the Talent dividend competition based on this data.
on Oct 29, 2014
An overview and insights from the National Talent Dividend $1 Million Prize Competition, awarded for the greatest proportionate increase in the number of post-secondary degrees over a four-year period.
Akron, OH wins the Talent Dividend $1 Million prize. The number of college degrees awarded rose more than 20% in four years.
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