Today I want to talk to you about the need for mutually reinforcing activities where you’re using the collective impact model.

Last week I talked about shared measurement as a precondition for Collective Impact, a model that helps bring multiple organizations and players together to work on a common agenda. Collective Impact is extraordinarily useful in today’s times.

When we talk about mutually reinforcing activities, we’re talking about the actions of each of the players supporting the actions of the other players. It’s critical that every player is taking steps to reinforce the actions of others.

Watch the video above for more about shared measurement.

Download the infographic 5 Conditions for Collective Impact.

My words in this video draw from the exceptional work done in this area by FSG and Christina Economos.