AFP AK, Alaska Chapter: Advanced Development Professionals Network
Advanced Development Professionals Network
Thursday, October 11, 2012 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Kay's Family Restaurant (formerly Cafe Croissant)
Program: free for AFP Members - self-pay food/drinks
Collaboration between nonprofits can help mission effectiveness, reduce program overhead and identify gaps in service. In this article, Kania and Kramer build a case for the step beyond collaboration - Collective Impact - which helps create systemic change for long-term solutions. At the October Advanced Development Professional Network, we will discuss this article with an eye towards issues and sectors in Alaska that might benefit from applying the collective impact principles, how or where these relationships might take place and consider how development professionals might help advocate for collective impact strategies.
The AFP Alaska Chapter Advanced Development Professionals Network are practitioners with approximately 10 or more years of experience that gather to discuss issues and topics to benefit our professional practice, our profession and philanthropy in Alaska.
Article: Collective Impact by John Kania and Mark Kramer
Stanford Social Innovation Review
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