HomeResourcesPublications and ArticlesEffective Collective Impact: Through the Power of ABCD and RBA

DanDuncanby H. Daniels Duncan

Executive Summary

downloadThe term Collective Impact is now getting a lot of attention in the health and human services world.
While the five conditions of Collective Impact are not new they provide an effective framework for guiding effective community action. The five
conditions outlined by John Kania & Mark Krame
include: Common Agenda, Shared Measurement
System, Multiple Reinforcing Activities, Continuous Communication and a Backbone Support Organization. In this paper I will highlight how the principles and tools of Results Based Accountability™ and Asset-Based Community Development and can be used to more effectively launch a collective impact effort by reinforcing the five conditions.

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