- Despite conversations about the importance of community collaboration, foundations continue to struggle with how to best frame and support collaborative success.
- Existing tools to assess collaboration may not fit with either a foundation’s values or a specific program strategy.
- From a foundation perspective, developing a community self-assessment tool reinforced the idea that collaborative functioning is crucial and deserves attention.
- This article shares a story of the development and initial use of the Discovery Community Self-Assessment Tool as a process of social construction critical to collective action and a possible indicator of network learning.
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