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Secret ingredients for business and community partnership success

Have you ever seen a job description that only tells half the story? There are always extra details that are too hard to put into words, such as dealing with the odd personalities of the people in the team! Likewise, when businesses and social sector organisations try to form effective partnerships, what looks

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Collaboration as a force for good?

With the Syrian refugee crisis front and centre on the world stage, it’s hard not to think about social issues and challenges – and this newsletter looks at social issues through a business lens. Collaboration as a force for good? A recurring conversation – especially since the

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What is the State of Shared Value in Australia?

Shared Value is the term used to describe business activities that create both economic benefits for a company and measurable social impacts. It is the ultimate form of collaboration, where the objectives of private, public and social sector interests converge and all pull in the same direction. The three

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Collaboration barriers: What problem am I solving?

Collaborations offer so much to so many, however they can fall down at the implementation stage or struggle to come together in the first place. A major barrier to effective collaboration is ignoring the question: What problem am I solving? Yesterday, I was facilitating a working session for a nonprofit

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How a local government is aligning business and community needs

With budget challenges and an array of social issues to deal with, local governments have a strong incentive to help align business activities with social issues and needs. As in the case of real estate agents helping to reduce homelessness, an operational response from business is far

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