System Change Through Collaborations, Movements & Policy Change

Change happens slowly, but with the right strategy and tools change becomes possible.


Change is hard, but it is made easier when you understand the rules of the game. Whether you call it collective impact, system change or a movement, it requires constructing a strategic framework built upon research, convening a diverse group of stakeholders, developing ground rules for managing relationships and shared decision-making, and generating ongoing, meaningful value for each stakeholder. Social Impact Architects bridges disciplines and uses a combination of concepts from business (systems thinking, competition), public policy (coalition building, collaboration), and public health and education sectors (socio-ecologic model, upstream strategies) to co-create systems focused on large-scale impact.

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System Change
Social Movements
Value of Advocacy
Policy Meetings

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