The number of multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) in the social impact space has increased dramatically over the past few decades. Known by many names—including coalitions, public-private partnerships, and alliances—these types of organizations naturally appeal to those seeking transformative change. They offer a powerful model to solve increasingly complex global development problems, particularly because they bring together stakeholders across sectors, influence ecosystems, and create impact at meaningful scale.

But to truly build a discipline around developing MSIs, we need to answer one critical question: Should you launch one in the first place?

Learn more by reading our piece in SSIR.

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