1. Collective impact approaches and community development issues Norman Walzer, Liz Weaver, and Catherine McGuire 2. Community-campus partnerships, collective impact, and poverty reduction Karen Schwartz, Liz Weaver, Natasha Pei, and Annie Kingston Miller 3. The why and how of working with communities through collective impact Jeff Raderstrong and Tynesia Boyea-Robinson 4. Community indicators and collective impact: Facilitating change Danielle M. Wood 5. Collective impact facilitators: How contextual and procedural factors influence collaboration Rebecca J. Gillam, Jacqueline M. Counts, and Teri A. Garstka 6. Re-examining power and privilege in collective impact Kimberly LeChasseur 7. Using collective impact in support of communitywide teen pregnancy prevention initiatives Thomas W. Klaus and Edward Saunders 8. Collective impact capacity building: Finding gold in Southwest Florida Cindy Banyai and Dave Fleming 9. Possible: Transformational change in collective impact Liz Weaver
Norman Walzer is senior research scholar in the Center for Governmental Studies at Northern Illinois University, USA. Liz Weaver directs the Learning Centre at Tamarack Institute, Canada. Catherine McGuire was with the Bush Foundation when this book was compiled.