The Build Initiative has published a large collection of resources to guide community system-building efforts.
The Community Systems Development Toolkit supports the hands-on implementation of collaborative systems work at the local level, providing resource tools that cover the full spectrum of community systems and coordination work.
Tailored to the needs of community-based collaboration and organized in systems change theory, the toolkit is designed to provide accessible, comprehensive resources supporting the changing stages and needs of communities engaged in collaborative work. Tools include forms, examples of community level strategies, questions, guidance, samples, processes and articles.
The Toolkit is organized in four sections:
- Setting and Resetting the Stage
- Assessment and Planning
- Working Together/Taking Action
- Measuring Progress and Evaluating Impact