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Space Federation Theory of Change

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James Carlson

on 19 December 2014

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Transcript of Space Federation Theory of Change

Long-Term Outcome
Leaders have all knowledge they need to be successful in forming and sustaining a collaborative space.
The knowledge is delivered effectively.
The knowledge is complete.
The knowledge is updated with contemporary learnings
More than one medium
Available anytime
Research on what works is performed
Space Federation Theory of Change
IMPACT
Activated, inclusive collaborative spaces exist in nearly all American cities, and expand regional and local economic health, community engagement, and educational quality.
Peers (other space leaders) share their knowledge
Multiple contributors
Peer contributors
Responsiveness
ASSUMPTIONS
ACCOUNTABILITY
LINE

LONG-TERM OUTCOMES
SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES
INDICATORS
INTERVENTIONS (Services)
Response time for inquiries: Within 2 business days for most contacts, 3 days for complex questions?
Rate of updates (how fast the knowledge is getting more complete) - how can we quantify this?
Most people founding a space have never done it before.
Making a space sustainable is not easy.
Opening a space is not easy.
One person cannot open a collaborative space alone.
It takes a community of supporters to sustain a collaborative space.
Multiple revenue sources are needed to sustain a space.
It is difficult to find the right, good, true, useful information about starting collaborative spaces.
A support network for space leaders helps keep them focused and healthy
Space leaders benefit from interacting with peers.
Local community leaders will have different ideas about what a collaborative space is and does.
Local assets exist in each community to sustain the collaborative space.
Each location is unique and geographically sensitive.
The diversity of the participants leads to greater resilience and sustainability.
The local population, issues, and challenges strongly affect the long-term health of the space.
Spaces must have both an inward / outward orientation towards community
Leaders meetings have planned agendas
Leaders have common place to keep track of progress
New spaces / groups are reaching out to us
When a new space starts, they think of us
Users recommend our knowledge
Web traffic to knowledge
External references to knowledge
Plinko machine
Media production
# of References to existing spaces actual activity in knowledge
Make-A-Space Kit
Make-A-Space Clinic Calls
1:1 Mentoring
Quarterly Space Federation Update
CRM
Space Federation Spotlight (explore existing space activity)
Number of active members
# of 1-1 coaching sessions
There are mechanisms for measuring whether leaders have processed knowledge / Incentives to do so?
Amount of funds processed
Internal
External
EXAMPLES
GOOD
BAD
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