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Cross-Sector Partnerships 101 for National Guild of Community Arts Education National Conference!

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Cross-sector partnerships can help arts education organizations achieve goals and impact far beyond anything they can accomplish on their own. We'll be exploring the structures and behaviors that support a partnership's success at the National Guild for Community Arts Education Conference, on Friday, November 21, 2014 from 2-3:30 pm PT.

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Cross-Sector Partnerships 101 for National Guild of Community Arts Education National Conference!

  1. 1. CROSS-SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS 101: STRUCTURING YOUR CROSS-SECTOR PARTNERSHIP SO IT CAN SUPPORT YOUR SUCCESS Alison Gold Manager of Leadership Education, Presidio Institute For the National Guild of Community Arts Education National Conference Friday, November 21, 2014, 2-3:30 pm @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda 1. Ideation Exercise 2. A framework on cross-sector partnerships 3. Individual Exercise: Shaping your Partnership’s Structure 4. Wrap Up! @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 2
  3. 3. Ideation Exercise 1. What has worked well in cross-sector partnerships you have participated in in the past? 2. What hasn’t worked in cross-sector partnerships you participated in in the past? @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 3
  4. 4. @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector Popcorn! What ideas stood out for you on the idea board? 4
  5. 5. Why are we talking about cross-sector partnerships? @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 5
  6. 6. The Interest-based Frame
  7. 7. What model of cross-sector partnership should you be using? (Beta Version) Partners Community Who changes views, behaviors, policies, or funding flows, etc. Collective Impact Pay for Success Shared Value Public-Private Partnership Sponsorship All partners No partners Who benefits
  8. 8. Co-blab-oration vs. Collaboration Co-blab-oration Collaboration Focused on assigning blame or @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector Source: Chris Thompson’s Regional Physics Blog http://regionalphysics.blogspot.com/2013/11/coblaboration-vs-collaboration-for.html taking credit Focused on outcomes Stakeholders participate to protect Stakeholders participate to generate value Opinions rule Data is king Talk exceeds action Actions emerge from engagement Informal process Intentional, rigorous process 8
  9. 9. Result @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 9
  10. 10. Structure Informal Formal
  11. 11. Representatives @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 11
  12. 12. Representatives & Structure 12 @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector
  13. 13. The Bermuda Triangle @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector Result Charge Level of Intervention 13
  14. 14. Cross-Sector Partnership Bermuda Triangle Matrix of Alignment and Misalignment Result Charge Level of Intervention Alignment? General Thinking Program/Project Delivery Aligned General Thinking Systems Change Misaligned General Doing Program/Project Delivery Aligned General Doing Systems Change Misaligned General Thinking & Doing Program/Project Delivery Aligned General Thinking & Doing Systems Change Misaligned Specific Thinking Program/Project Delivery Misaligned Specific Thinking Systems Change Misaligned Specific Doing Program/Project Delivery Aligned Specific Doing Systems Change Misaligned Specific Thinking & Doing Program/Project Delivery Aligned Specific Thinking & Doing Systems Change Aligned Shaded boxes indicate crux of misalignment
  15. 15. Trust Building & Maintenance Cycle @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 15
  16. 16. Problem-Solving Cycle 16
  17. 17. Accounting for differences in… Power Authority Expertise @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 17
  18. 18. @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector Exercise: Shaping Your Cross-Sector Partnership’s Structure 18
  19. 19. @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector Popcorn! What’s one insight you had while doing the exercise? 19
  20. 20. 3 Closing Thoughts 1. Collaboration, not co-blab-oration 2. There’s no recipe, you’re going to have to develop one that works for your context and goals. 3. Your partnership is more likely to succeed if you’re clear about results, and intentional about structure, representatives (and their differences), vision, accountability, trust, & problem-solving. @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 20
  21. 21. @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 21 Resources & Trainings • Resources on cross-sector partnerships: livingcities.org/work/cross-sector-partnerships • Trainings on cross-sector leadership: institute.presidio.gov
  22. 22. Say hello! Ask a question! Share a story! Alison Gold Manager of Leadership Education The Presidio Institute Phone: (415) 561-5477 Email: agold@presidiotrust.gov Web: institute.presidio.gov Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/AlisonGold @AKGold11 @PresidioInst #xsector 22

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