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PARTNER Method for Network Strategy: A Brief

Once you make the decision to take a network approach to solving a problem, you need to design a specific strategy – the way you will build, manage and evaluate…

Webinar: Virtual Facilitation in the Age of COVID-19

https://youtu.be/phi5IWIBdiM Virtual Facilitation Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult… Our Webinar Can Help! COVID-19 has changed the way network leaders meet and engage with each other. Given the very real need…

Closed Vs Open Networks: When is Each Most Effective?

In network theory, a major focus of study is on the relative ‘openness’ of a network, and its relationship with network effectiveness. Specifically, people wonder whether the ideal is closed…

Meet our New Full Stack Developer, Josh Albert!

The Development Team that brought you PARTNER continues to expand its size and capacity as we bring on another Full stack Engineer to our team. Josh Albert has several decades…

Types of Organizational Networks: 6 Ways to Organize a Network

Organizational networks bring together numerous different organizations to work together and collaborate around a common purpose. However there are many different types of organizational networks, each oriented towards different goals…

2020 Year In Review

Let’s be honest: 2020 hasn’t been easy for any of us. Social distancing has strained the connections we all have with family, friends, coworkers and neighbors. However despite this distance,…

Interpreting PARTNERme Social Connectedness Reports

Today in healthcare, there is an increasing focus on dealing with the social determinants of health. These factors like housing, social support and transportation affect patient’s ability to access care,…

How to Build Partnerships with Community Organizations

Community partnerships are a powerful force for good when it comes to social change and impact. Building new connections with community organizations provides new ideas, resources and ways of thinking…
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