Presentation on theme: "1 WELCOME! In a moment, we will put up a poll asking you which option best describes how your community is working together… A. Isolated silos or parallel."— Presentation transcript:
1 WELCOME! In a moment, we will put up a poll asking you which option best describes how your community is working together… A. Isolated silos or parallel play. B. Networking and sharing information. C. Coordinating our activities and actions. D. Cooperating with each other to get more done. E. Collaboratively planning and implementing together.
WORKING TOGETHER Starting the Conversation April 30, 2013 Jan ONeill, MPA Jerry Schultz, PhD KU Work Group Christina Holt, MA KU Work Group
3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Including Abbey Cofsky, Paul Kuehnert, Michelle Larkin, Jim Marks, Joe Marx, Naima Wong Wisconsin County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Team – Including Bridget Catlin, Julie Willems Van Dijk, Patrick Remington, David Kindig, Angela Russell, Amanda Jovaag, Alison Bergum Our Partners – Including Burness Communications, Community Catalyst, United Way Worldwide, ASTHO, NACCHO, NNPHI, Dartmouth Institute, CDC, NCHS
4 GO TO WEBINAR ATTENDEE INTERFACE 1. Viewer Window2. Control Panel
5 OUTLINE County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Overview Work Group for Community Health & Development Q & A Roadmaps to Health Action Center Tool Summary & Wrap-Up
6 GOALS Understand the conditions that affect people working together Understand the incentives that promote people and groups working together Understand the role of staff and volunteers in helping people work together Understand the value of a common measurement system for collective action
15 RWJF ROADMAPS TO HEALTH PRIZE www.rwjf.org/goto/prize 2013 prize Winners announced February 21, 2013 2013-14 Call for Applications released on March 20, 2013 Applications due on May 23, 2013 Great opportunity to showcase your community
16 OUTLINE County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Overview Work Group for Community Health & Development Q & A Roadmaps to Health Action Center Tool Summary & Wrap-Up
17 Christina Holt Associate Director for Community Tool Box Services Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas Jerry Schultz Co-Director Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas
20 FIVE CONDITIONS OF SUCCESS: COLLECTIVE IMPACT 1 1.Common Agenda 2.Mutually Reinforcing Activities 3.Continuous Communication 4.Backbone Support Organizations 5.Shared Measurement Systems 1 Kania, J. & Kramer, M. (2011). Collective impact. Stanford Social Innovations Review, 9(1):36-41.
21 Clear information about the problem/goal Common agenda; Clear vision; Plan for action Mutually reinforcing activities INCENTIVES
22 Recognize and reward collaborative behavior – the 6 Rs – Recognition, Respect, Role, Relationships, Reward, Results Continuous communication Making outcome matter – outcome dividends INCENTIVES
23 Activate and mobilize the community Engage diverse partners Provide backbone support ROLE OF STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS
24 Develop sense of community ownership Provide or assure availability of technical assistance Internal and external communication Document progress and use data/feedback ROLE OF STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS
25 Agreed on measures for outcomes Agreed on data definitions for reporting community accomplishments Document the interventions Monitor outcomes SHARED MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
44 OUTLINE County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Overview Work Group for Community Health & Development Q & A Roadmaps to Health Action Center Tool Summary & Wrap-Up
45 ESSENTIAL QUESTION How can people work together to make a collective impact?
46 Karen Odegaard email@example.com u Phone: 608.265.6486 firstname.lastname@example.org u Jan ONeill email@example.com Phone: 608.265.6694 firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT INFORMATION Kate Konkle email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 608.265.5395
47 PARTNERSHIP WEBINARS June 11 th, 2-3:00 CT May 21 st, 2-3:00 CT