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Tools for Collective Impact & Results-Based Accountability

The Bernalillo County Community Health Council is committed to a "Collective Impact" approach and to using data to inform our planning and priority-setting.

For information on "Collective Impact" see the following resources:

Channeling Change - Making Collective Impact Work
Fay HanleyBrown, John Kania & Mark Kramer
Stanford Social Innovation Review - 2012

Embracing Emergence - How Collective Impact Addresses Complexity
John Kania & Mark Kramer
Stanford Social Innovation Review - 2013

Understanding the Value of Backbone Organizations in Collective Impact
Shiloh Turner, Kathy Merchant, John Kania and Ellen Martin
Stanford Social Innovation Review

Collective Impact
Presentation by John Kania, April 2012

Strengthening the Voice of Community: Health Councils: Effective Collaboration through Collective Impact
Presented by Frances Varela
Annual NM County/Tribal Health Council Convening on April 17, 2013

An excellent approach to using data to get from "Talk to Action" is Results-Based Accountability (RBA). The following links provide more information on this methodology:

For insight on how Collective Impact and Results-Based Accountability work together see:

Achieving Collective Impact with Results-Based Accountability
Deitre Epps
Results Leadership Group, LLC 2011

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