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Collaboration Conversations from ISCon2016

November 15th, 2016 by

Strategy Arts hosted conversations about successful collaboration at this year’s Independent Sector conference. Graphic recorder Jim Nuttle captured thoughts on ways to transform the spaces between organizations to the space shared. Specifically, participants reflected on key elements to collaboration through three lenses: leadership, infrastructure, and engagement. They shared their own experiences and learned from other leaders   Read More…

Powering Collaborations through Leadership

November 9th, 2016 by

Leadership. A concept we like to stress at Strategy Arts is that leadership is by permission, management is by position. When considering the leadership required to make collaborations work; this is true more than ever. Leadership of collaborations is multifaceted, requiring leaders to stay engaged and attentive with members of their own teams and with   Read More…

Engagement Requires Motivation, Community and Support

October 28th, 2016 by

Many of us regularly choose to enthusiastically participate in groups outside of our core family and friends. Sports teams, religious organizations, professional societies, and hobby groups are just some examples where you can find enthusiastic, engaged supporters. Those of us involved in organizational collaborations can learn from what makes these groups work. We’ve all been   Read More…

We are Ready to B Inspired! Are you?

October 12th, 2016 by

Come and B Inspired On Thursday, October 20 you can join hundreds of B Corp leaders from around the world to learn how business can create a more shared and durable prosperity. Network with revolutionary business leaders after hearing from inspirational change makers. After the speeches, there will be a street festival with food, drink,   Read More…

Interfaces are the Key to Collaboration Success

October 11th, 2016 by

Collaborations can be powerful and often essential tools when addressing complex issues. Unfortunately, many collaborative efforts achieve only limited success and some are ineffective. Many attempts at collaboration have instead painfully drained the precious time and leadership focus nonprofits cannot afford to waste. The situation is similar whether addressing new challenges across multiple teams within   Read More…