FOUNDATIONAL CHANGE CYCLE TOOLS
These resources provide foundational resources and core concepts to help progress your collaborative change journey and strengthen practice.
These practical and interactive tools are for hands-on use in your collaborative change practice. They are designed to help overcome hurdles and make progress together and are relevant across all phases of the collaborative change cycle.
Tools & Resources
Welcome to the Platform C Resource Hub!
This library of helpful tools and resources was curated from thought leaders and change-makers around the world. We are working continuously to add helpful information.
If you find something that you want to share, that fits into a specific Phase or Layer of the Collaborative Chance Cycle, please send a link to us here
In this 60-minute webinar, experienced evaluator Nan Wehipeihana (Ngāti Tukorehe, NgātI Porou, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui) and friends present a simple but powerful framework, showing: The difference between evaluating for Indigenous communities, evaluating as Indigenous…
Shared principles around trust need to be explicit in this work. This video explores strategies for how you might create some shared principles together. Deep Collaboration is a process or way of working that was created by First Nations and other Multicultural Australians to find new ways to…
Just ‘good enough’ common ground in shared purpose is all we need in this work and this video discusses what that might look like. Deep Collaboration is a way of working that was created by First Nations and other Multicultural Australians to find new ways to work and lead together.
This resource provides detailed instructions for practitioners to create an actor map, which is a visual depiction of the key organizations and individuals that influence a topic or system.
This tool will help you to identify: • Factors that have contributed to the change you seek. • Evidence demonstrating the contribution. • The strength of the contribution. • Identify new means of and opportunities to exercise leadership.
This resource supports practitioners to think through key moments for community members as they participate in the initiative being developed (e.g. from first contact, to participation, to leadership).
This resource provides a guide to the Most Significant Learning Technique, which is an adaption of the Most Significant Change Technique, and helps to surface assumptions and workshop key lessons.
M.Q. Patton, an American evaluator whose approaches and tools are recognised and used to evaluate place-based initiatives, has identified a useful set of principles for evaluation, which are Effectiveness Principles. More resources including a webinar on the…
Logan Together’s 2018 Progress report is an example of the type of reporting that can be achieved through the measurement and learning effort.
This resource describes the theory and objectives of reflection workshops, and provides a step-by-step guide to conducting them, based on three stages of evaluative thinking: What happened? So what? Now what?
This resource identifies different levels of thinking and intervention regarding systems, emphasising that most of what occurs, particularly root causes, sit below the surface.