2011 Conference Resources
Videos of Presentations:
- Mid-City CAN
- Sacramento Region Health Systems Collaborations
- Sam Kaner: Participatory Decision-Making in Multi-Stakeholder Collaborations
- Ken Hardy: Working across Differences in Collaborations and Partnerships
- Sandra Hernandez: What's Mine is Yours - Infectious Collaboration
Materials from Presentations:
- Keynote: Participatory Decision-Making in Multi-Stakeholder Collaborations, Sam Kaner
- Closing: What's Mine is Yours: Infectious Collaboration, Sandra Hernandez
- California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative (Handouts: #1: About Us; #2: Collaboration Agreements; #3: Policy Report)
- Alameda County Building Blocks Collaborative
- Strategic Alliance for Healthy Food and Activity Environments (Handout: About Us)
- Sacramento Region Health Systems Collaborations
- Workshop 2: Evaluating the Success of Your Collaboration, Traci Endo Inouye and Rachel Estrella (Handout: Health Through Action: A Collaborative Development Framework)
- Workshop 4: Do It Well! Being Successful with Partners from Multiple Sectors, Organizations, or Disciplines, Sarah Rubin and Charlotte Chorneau (Handouts: #1: Facilitation Tips; #2: Tailoring Approach Graphic).
- Workshop 5: Money Can Chance Everything: How Funding Can Both Support and Challenges Collaborations, Ignatius Bau
- Workshop 6: Community Engagement - Grass Roots to Grass Tops Intentional Relationship Building for Health Care Systems, Traci Van and Paul T. Doyle (Handouts: #1: Community Engagement - Definitions and Organizing Concepts; #2: Principles of Community Engagement)
- Mid-City CAN video
- California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative
- Growing up Healthy
- Leading Health Innovations: Collaborative Regional Approach: King County Executive Ron Sims discusses his county’s innovative, multi-disciplinary and comprehensive approach to health. He shares how the county’s various initiatives on health, land use, global warming, and equity work together to improve the health of its workforce as well as the community.
- The Building Blocks Collaborative Presents “The Children’s Bill of Rights”.
- Way-new Collaborations: TED talk - Howard Rheingold talks about the coming world of collaboration, participatory media and collective action -- and how Wikipedia is really an outgrowth of our natural human instinct to work as a group. As he points out, humans have been banding together to work collectively since our days of hunting mastodons.
- The Power of Collaborative Solutions: Six Principles and Effective Tools for Building Healthy Communities by Tom Wolff.
- Collaboration: What Makes It Work, 2nd Edition: A Review of Research Literature on Factors Influencing Successful Collaboration by Paul Mattessich.
- Working Across Boundaries: Making Collaboration Work in Government and Nonprofit Organizations by Russell Linden.
- Coalitions and Partnerships in Community Health by Frances Butterfoss.
- Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision-Making, 2nd edition by Sam Kaner with L.Lind, C.Toldi, S.Fisk, and D.Berger. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2007.
- Gardner, D. “Ten Lessons in Collaboration,” Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 10(1), 2005.
- Ellingson, L. “Communication, Collaboration, and Teamwork among Health Care Professionals,” Communication Research Trends, 21(3), 2002.
- Schools, Families, and Communities Working Together: Building an Effective Collaborative by the UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools.
- The Reality Underneath the Buzz of Partnerships by Francie Ostrower. Stanford Social Innovation Review, Spring 2005.
- Models of Collaboration: Nonprofit Organizations Working Togetherby the Arizona, Indiana, Michigan Alliance (AIM).
- Me versus We: Communicating in Collaborations by Matthew G. Isbell, Matt Koschmann, and Laurie Lewis.
- Collaboration, Trust and Social Capital: The Dynamics and Effects of Collaboration in the New Health Charities Council of Canada by Yves M. Savoie.
- Collective Impact by John Kania and Mark Kramer.
- Developing Effective Coalitions: An Eight Step Guide: This step-by-step guide to coalition building helps partnerships launch and stabilize successfully. It supports advocates and practitioners in every aspect of the process-from determining the appropriateness of a coalition to selecting members, defining key elements, maintaining vitality, and conducting ongoing evaluations.
- The Tension of Turf: Making it Work for the Coalition: Successful coalitions learn to anticipate and validate turf issues as part of solidifying partnerships and gathering their full strength. Tension of Turf is the Institute's companion tool to its 8-step process of coalition building, Developing Effective Coalitions: An Eight Step Guide.
- Prevention Institute Consultation Services (attached): An overview of the trainings, workshops, and consultations provided by the Prevention Institute.
- The Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) website has excellent resources, including fact sheets , case studies, and a framework for effective collaborations.
- The Foundation Center has a database of nonprofit collaborations as well as other resources.
- Toys on the tables can be purchased at www.officeplayground.com.
- Community At Work: Resource List for Practitioners.