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Collaborating to Creat a Common Agenda

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Jovanna Rohs

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Transcript of Collaborating to Creat a Common Agenda

Collective Impact:
A Problem-Solving Process
1.

Common Agenda
2. Shared Measurement
3. Mutually Reinforcing Activities
4. Continuous Communication
5. Backbone Support


Systems Thinking
Ability to understand interconnections in such a way as to achieve a desired purpose.

Motivates
Catalyzes
Focuses
Stimulates
Systems Thinking and the Common Agenda

System thinking supports the development of a common agenda by:

Providing a shared language
Generating common understanding of why a problem persists (even with allof their work)
Raising distinction between current and desired realities of the system
Creating a systemic theory of change
Common Agenda
Vision for change shared by all participants that includes a common understanding of the problem and a joint approach to solving the problem through agreed upon actions.
How are we going to work together?
Shared Vision
Creative Tension as
Energy for Change

When people have a common aspiration, then they establish a creative tension, which they are drawn to resolve in favor of their aspiration.
Systems Thinking and Collective Impact
Systems thinking combined with collective impact:

Optimizes the entire system as individuals shift from trying to enhance their part of the system to improving relationships among the system's parts.
Guiding Principles
Promote share values
Set rules of engagement
Best practices for collaboration in the community
Collaborating to Create a Common Agenda
5 Conditions of Collective Impact
Elements of a Common Agenda
Shared Vision for Change
Common Understanding of the Problem
Measurable Goals
Strategies
Plan for Learning
Reference: FSG
What is in?
What is Out?
Common Understanding of the Problem
Setting Boundaries
Issues for focus
Stakeholders
Assessing the landscape
How will we track progress and learn?
Plan for Learning
Feedback Loops
Early thoughts on shared measures
Changes that take place on varying scales
Reflect on what is learned from data and experiences
How will we split up the work and prioritize?
Framework for Change
Framework
How will we define success?
Measurable Goals
Defining Success

Significant change on a community-wide metric
Commitment to measurable data to set the agenda and imporve over time
Case Study
What is the overarching common agenda of SF B2C?
What are 3 examples of how SF B2C defines success?
How is SF B2C tracking progress?
What organizations/sectors are involved in the work?
Santa Fe Birth to Career
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