Collective Impact

Capability Building: It's Not What You know. It's How You Behave.

Changing systems requires people in those systems to transform the way they think and act. That’s at the heart of the theory behind Collective Impact. The whole thing hinges on people acting differently, yet there’s been little talk about how to enable them to change their behaviors. Working with StrivePartnership, I’ve learned a lot over the past several years about the best [and worst] ways to change behavior. [...] more about Capability Building: It's Not What You know. It's How You Behave.

Seize the opportunity, expand early-child learning

"Seize the opportunity, expand early-child learning." That was the message in an op-ed signed by John E. Pepper Jr., Former chairman and CEO of Procter & Gamble, James M Zimmerman, former chairman and CEO of Macy's; Stephanie Byrd, exective director of Success By 6; and Greg Landsman, executive director of the Strive Partnership June 28th.  [...] more about Seize the opportunity, expand early-child learning

Collective Work of Cincinnati Partners highlighted by Education Nation

The collective work of many partners within our Greather Cincinnati region were highlighted this weekend, with a story airing on the Today Show, and additional stories and tools being posted online through NBC and MSNBC. 

Today Show clip: School teaches kids to 'Be the Change' [...] more about Collective Work of Cincinnati Partners highlighted by Education Nation

2020 Jobs Outlook Released, New Partnerships To Emerge

“In terms of developing a pathway to a good career, this report is golden” 
Angie Taylor, Vice President, Workforce Solutions at Gateway Community and Technical College (Cincinnati Enquirer, August 10, 2012) [...] more about 2020 Jobs Outlook Released, New Partnerships To Emerge

Cincinnati Public Schools' success the result of many players

Kathy Merchant, president and CEO of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, and Greg Landsman co-wrote this opinion piece in response to a previous Cincinnati Enquirer piece that misplaced the credit for CPS' success. In their editorial, Merchant and Landsman clarify that although the Strive Partnership brings together leaders and supports collaborative action, the success of CPS schools belongs to CPS and its partners. 

Read CPS succes the result of many players. [...] more about Cincinnati Public Schools' success the result of many players

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