This series of short videos describes the concept of collective impact, and shows the 5 conditions of collective impact in action using The Elizabeth River Project and The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) as examples.
I just came across an interesting blog post by Stephen Monrad with title of "Can non-profit organizations meet all the needs for-profit businesses currently meet?" (link presently unavailable for viewing) His conclusion is that "If a non-profit organization wanted to produce toothbrushes, there is no reason in principle that it couldn't."
“The City of Vancouver is helping fund new research into growing the local sharing economy. Vancouver is already home to car-sharing and office-sharing. Now, researchers with The Sharing Project are looking to identify further demand through focus groups, interviews and surveys.” – CBC News
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