New Monitor Study — How Funders Can Support and Leverage Networks for Social Impact

I was interviewed recently as part of a Monitor Institute study for the Rockefeller Foundation on “How Funders Can Support and Leverage Networks for Social Impact.” The final report is out, in the form of an interactive toolkit (ow.ly/QxgqG) — please feel free to share it.

My contribution is based on my research into deviant groups — what makes some sustainably amazing and others sustainably awful. Through our Ecosynomics research at the instituteforstrategicclarity.org in 93 countries, we have identified 1000s of groups who have off-the-chart, amazing experiences and outcomes everyday. The Monitor study incorporates some of what we have learned about the collaborative nature of their work.

If you know of any such groups, I would love to hear about them.

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2 thoughts on “New Monitor Study — How Funders Can Support and Leverage Networks for Social Impact

  1. Hi Jim, I hope all is well and that you are getting some time to enjoy the summer. I would love the interactive tool kit mentioned in your blog, but it would not open for me. Our efforts are accelerating. I will try to keep you posted and work with Luz Ma if she is available. My best, Steve Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2015 14:10:25 +0000 To: sprathermd@msn.com

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