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

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4. Scaling Up

A paper on Theory of Change for complex initiatives aiming at systems change.

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3. Creating a Shared Vision

There are many more tools and approaches that can be used to engage with and learn about your community, have a look through the following websites for inspiration: 100 Conversations, appreciative inquiry, there are also a number of arts-based methods that can be useful…

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1. Readiness Runway

More tools for evaluating complexity can be found here. 

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4. Scaling Up

This resource will help your group to identify and prioritise influential champions who could be engaged in the collaborative effort and lend their support to moving the effort forward.

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2. Building the Foundations

This resource is a video of Liz Skelton unpacking the key concepts required for diagnosing and working with power, including changing our organisations’ relationship with power.

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2. Building the Foundations

This resource unpacks key concepts of ‘co-design’ and explains how the range of design-based traditions that sit under the co-design banner have something very important to bring to social innovation. 

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2. Building the Foundations

This resource includes a six-step process for practitioners to understand and gather evidence of the contribution their work made to achieving observed outcomes.

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4. Scaling Up

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