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Mobilizing Partnerships for Collective Action

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Transcript of Mobilizing Partnerships for Collective Action

Paradigm shift
Where are we now?
Mobilizing Partnerships for Collective Impact
Lalonde Report
Context
Public Health Agency of Canada
Innovate
The Program Poster
Leveraging the power of co-creation and co-investment through multi-sectoral partnerships
Mobilize - AirMiles/YMCA partnership
complexity
time
public systems
societal challenges
1974
Create solutions
Build capacity for change
The Play Exchange Poster
The Play Exchange
Rodney Ghali
Director General
Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention

rodney.ghali@phac-aspc.gc.ca
Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention
Mandate
Leveraging the power of the crowd to redefine engagement and propose solutions
References:
William D. Eggers & Paul Macmillan,
The Solution Revolution: How Business, Government, and Social Enterprises Are Teaming Up to Solve Society's Toughest Problems
, Harvard Business Review Press, 2013.
Joeri van den Steenhoven, Director, MaRS Solutions Lab,
Collaborating on Systems Change: Solving Canada's Toughest Challenges Through Cross-sectoral Partnerships
, April 10, 2014.
A New Perspective on the Health of Canadians, Health Canada Report, 1974.


Multi-sectoral Partnerships Approach
Innovate
Incremental approach
Benefits
Transition
Building on each other's strengths
Results
Nudges
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