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Leaving the World a Better Place

Wendy Williams, Monday, 10th July 2017 -  Among her many titles, Dawn O’Neil AM is the former CEO of Lifeline and the founding chair of social enterprise STREAT, a role she is now stepping away from after nearly a decade.

Opinion

Impact

Go Slow to Go Fast – A Mantra for Getting Started with Collective Impact

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 22nd April 2014 -  Dawn O'Neil AM Kerry Graham As the field of Collective Impact grows in Australia many communities and causes are grappling with the challenge of getting started, writes Dawn

Finding Magic in Collective Impact

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 26th February 2014 -  The problem with collaborative efforts is that organisations enter into them with some kind of belief in magic and then face the inevitable disappointment, a national conference…

Opinion

Impact

The Role of Backbone Organisations in Collective Impact Initiatives

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 29th January 2014 -  Dawn O'Neil AM Kerry Graham Social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham unpack the issues around ‘backbone organisations’ for early-stage

Opinion

Collective Impact in Hume

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 29th January 2014 -  Joy Nunn of Lentara UnitingCare and Huon Damm of the Better Futures Local Solutions program at the City of Hume in Victoria respond to Pro Bono Australia’s Impact Opinion column,

Opinion

Impact

Collective Impact 2014 – Why Philanthropists and Business Should Be There

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 15th January 2014 -  The cohort of ‘early adopters’ of Collective Impact must move beyond community and government leaders and include more philanthropists and business leaders, according

Opinion

Impact

A Reflection: Collective Impact in Australia – 12 Months On

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 11th December 2013 -  Buzz, backbone leadership and data sourcing are the pressing issues as Australian social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham share their reflections on the year

Opinion

Impact

How Collective Impact Can Help Place-Based Policies

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 13th November 2013 -  A Collective Impact approach can help achieve the intended community outcomes of the ‘Better Futures, Local Solutions’ place-based-policies introduced by the former

Opinion

Impact

Engaging Diverse Stakeholders

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 16th October 2013 -  Dawn O'Neil AM Kerry Graham One of the most challenging aspects of Collective Impact is effectively engaging diverse stakeholders. And the sector must grapple with this issue

Opinion

Impact

The Collective Impact ‘Mindset’

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 2nd October 2013 -  Understanding the theoretical mindset of Collective Impact is one thing; actually making the change is quite another, according to Australian social change advocates Dawn O’Neil

Opinion

Impact

Collective Impact – The Holy Grail of Community Services Data

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 3rd September 2013 -  Data solutions expert Greg Were responds to last edition’s Impact Opinion with a discussion of the difficulties in capturing data to measure Collective Impact projects.

Opinion

Collective Impact in South Australia

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 26th June 2013 -  South Australia has been working since 2009 to promote and support organisations, communities and governments to adopt the Collective Impact approach say Australian social change…
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