At the 2019 Global Forum, GACX VP John Becker describes how California redwood trees teach us we are stronger together. He then shares collaboration principles and barriers to partnership. ..
Read about the seven principles for building effective social change networks that emerged from the “Pioneers in Justice” initiative that was hosted by the Levi-Strauss Foundation.
Peter Greer, the author of Rooting for Rivals, explores case studies illustrating the power of collaborative partnership. Learn how your multi-organization partnership can multiply its impact through Kingdom collaboration…
This infographic from Visible Network Labs does a great job of visualizing the life cycle of many networks as they grow and mature….
Liberating Structures are easy-to-learn microstructures (activities) that enhance relational coordination and trust. They quickly foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone….
The Needs, Contribution, Benefit, Risk matrix helps potential or current partners clearly and transparently share their needs, identify partner contributions, individual and network benefits, and surface potential risks….
Christopher Moore’s Circle of Conflict describes five key sources of conflict. This tool can be used to help identify and name the source and nature of a conflict…
Effective network leaders create an environment that supplies the means, motive, and opportunity (MMO) for its members to collaborate. These are the elements in a culture of exchange, and they apply both to face-to-face gatherings and when participants are apart…
In this article, authors Mark Leach and Laurie Mazur, share some of the insights gleaned from their inquiry into movement networks. The principles and research that they share are fully applicable to networks and partnerships….
This article looks at how the structure of a network can affect network outcome and ways to improve these structures for better results….