Stanford Social Innovation Review : Informing and inspiring leaders of social change

SUBSCRIBE | HELP

Collective Impact: Creating Large-Scale Social Change

An event presented by FSG and the Stanford Social Innovation Review

Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Location: Stanford University, Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, 326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305
(For information about directions and parking, including a map, please click here.)

 

 

Conference Overview


Substantially greater progress could be made in alleviating many of our most serious and complex social problems if nonprofits, foundations, governments, and business focused on achieving broad cross sector coordination, instead of focusing on the isolated interventions of individual organizations ("Collective Impact," Stanford Social Innovation Review). 

This conference will bring together a cross-section of senior-level practitioners to explore the challenges and opportunities of collective impact and to discuss how to accelerate the adoption of collective impact efforts. 

TOP OF PAGE


Photos and Coverage

Photos
 

Attendees listen to one of the presentations.

A panel of speakers during the conference.
 

Coverage
 

Read the article, "Collective Impact," by John Kania (Managing Director at FSG) and Mark Kramer (Co-founder and Managing Director of FSG).

TOP OF PAGE


Supporting Sponsor
 

In association with Northern California Grantmakers

TOP OF PAGE

Tracker Pixel for Entry