By open-sourcing solutions to a key challenge in the field of collective impact--engaging community members--we were able to create actionable and digestible resources that helped practitioners stren…
Our 2015 annual report curates tools created by innovators on the front lines of social change.
We set out to learn about civic technology, unsure of where our learning questions would lead us. Our open-sourced approach offered us endless opportunities to deepen our knowledge and expand our imp…
Our newest blog series delves into four, unique accelerants that put U.S. cities on the verge of something "very special" in 2016. In this post: the ubiquity and power of technology.
Albuquerque Integration Initiative partners value Results Based Accountability as a roadmap to take action, and join together in responsibility, ownership and results.
A suite of free resources from Living Cities can help you improve the work of your cross-sector partnership in the New Year.
This week, a reflective round-up of reading recommendations that you won’t want to miss!
Organized, accessible state and local police data could result in more meaningful responses to racial injustice.
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Cross-sector partnerships get stuck in not one, but THREE common places that stifle their effectiveness and success.
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 resour…
A weekly roundup of articles and information explores topics related to urban opportunity, justice and data.
Four ways data can build and strengthen relationships for your cross-sector partnership.
With a year of data on hand, we've learned a few lessons about effective social change communications from the way visitors interact with the features we built into our new website.
When you think of outcomes as mile-markers on your journey to a shared result, you can better design solutions that get dramatically better results, system wide.
Effective collective impact must start with a clear, common purpose developed through an open process that brings around the table all of the players necessary for true impact and results.
Results-Based Accountability is a disciplined way of thinking and taking action that communities can use to improve the lives of children, youth, families, adults and the community as a whole.