Strategic Map 2012

Written by Thrive

In February 2011, we launched our first Strategic Map to set the direction for our work. Over the past year we have worked towards advancing a number of the catalyst opportunities identified. As a result, there have been many exciting changes to the Thrive Network including: new Steering Committee members, new partnerships, and the emergence of new catalyst opportunities.

After the Evaluate to Celebrate event, we have revisited the Strategic Map to; evaluate our work over the past year, clarify new catalyst opportunities and identify next steps for these emerging opportunities. We are excited to share with you the updated Strategic Map.  The Network Pathways have been updated to reflect new partnerships and catalyst opportunities and an Evaluation Framework was created to provide specific indicators to measure the overall health of the network and the impact on the community.

We look forwarding to the next phase of the journey as we continue to build new relationships, form new constellations and continue to create a thriving local economy for all, forever.

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