Synergos Knowledge Resources
Learn with us. The Synergos Knowledge Resources collects learning from our work and work of our partners and network members, which we share in the hope of advancing understanding and practice of overcoming poverty and other complex social problems.
The Synergos Approach to Social Problems
Exploration of four elements we use to address complex problems - systems thinking, collaboration, bridging leadership, and personal reflection - with links to additional resources.
Bridge-Building for Social Transformation
Writing in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, L. David Brown identifies five elements in starting and sustaining collaboration, drawing upon Synergos’ experience.
Approaching the Heart of the Matter: Personal Transformation and the Emergence of New Leadership
Peggy Dulany, Synergos’ founder and chair, examines the creation of our theory of change and her own personal development, with emphasis on the concepts of bridging leadership and personal transformation.
Ten Lessons on Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships
How-to recommendations drawn from Synergos’ experience in building large-scale collaboration in Canada, Ethiopia, India, and Namibia.
Learning from a Partnership for Child Nutrition in India
Exploration of how government, business, and civil society worked together to improve child nutrition in Maharastra.