A Guide To Collaboration: Working Models of Comprehensive Community Projects
There is a time when worlds must come together for the greater good. That is the time when a community decides to undertake a project that is bigger than the mandate of any one organization. Such a Comprehensive Community Project (CCP) requires a partnership involving key stakeholders who will direct and govern the CCP. As such, they must provide direction, monitoring, support and accountability, in order to develop, implement and keep the project on track. They must also champion the project, ensure that it has the resources it needs, and link the project to a wide network with high-level influence.
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accomplish accountability processes action agendas Agree Strongly agreement Appendix Bill Locke Buy-In Capacity Building CCP's clearly defined collaborative group collaborative project Common vision Comprehensive Community Project Comprehensive Plan decision-making authority decisions Deﬁne Development efforts and contributions ensure Factor Statement Strongly fiscal agent focused Formal Franchisee funder goals Governing Unit members Integration involved Joel Christie joint decision-making Leadership Attributes Test level of autonomy Level of Coalesce Locke and Joel mandate Medium Medium Memorandum of Understanding milestones Mindsets needs Network Nurturing Leader ofthe Partnership ofthe project organiza ons organizational culture outcomes overall oversee partnering organizations Partnership Governing Partnership Rating Chart Partnership Structure party has unique Performance Appraisal programs and services Project Manager relationship Roadmap roles and responsibilities rules of engagement Season of Organizational Shared Six Levels skills Stage Stakeholders Group Statement Strongly Disagree Synergies Terms of Reference Toolkit Tools unique strengths values and problem-definition