Collective Impact Principles of Practice

Collective impact has been rapidly adopted in the years since its inception, particularly in the United States, Canada and Australia. The original five conditions (Kania & Kramer, 2011) are now supplemented by a rapidly growing body of literature that includes additional or updated sets of conditions, pre-conditions, principles and phases.  This document was taken from the Collective Impact Forum (2016) and outlines additional principles of practice that can guide practitioners to successfully put collective impact into action.

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