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Intermediary Organizations: Reasons they Fail, Reasons they Succeed

Karen Pittman
Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The final edition of my interview with Sam Piha, a veteran of the afterschool field and founder of Temescal Associates, who recently developed a paper on intermediaries for Putnam Consulting Group and The Cleveland Foundation.  See a list of the previous questions and answers posted below.

Functions & Challenges of Intermediary Organizations

Karen Pittman
Monday, July 7, 2014

Sam Piha, a veteran of the afterschool field and founder of Temescal Associates, recently developed a paper on intermediaries for Putnam Consulting Group and The Cleveland Foundation. Sam interviewed me by email about the important role that intermediaries play in collective impact efforts. It’s a conversation worth sharing. Stay tuned as we roll out the rest of the conversation in the coming days. See a list of the previous questions and answers posted below.

The Importance of Intermediary Organizations to Implementing Community Initiatives

Karen Pittman
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Sam Piha, a veteran of the afterschool field and founder of Temescal Associates, recently developed a paper on intermediaries for Putnam Consulting Group and The Cleveland Foundation. Sam interviewed me by email about the important role that intermediaries play in collective impact efforts. It’s a conversation worth sharing. Stay tuned as we roll out the rest of the conversation in the coming days. See a list of the previous questions and answers posted below.

Important Characteristics of an Intermediary Organization

Karen Pittman
Friday, June 27, 2014

Sam Piha, a veteran of the afterschool field and founder of Temescal Associates, recently developed a paper on intermediaries for Putnam Consulting Group and The Cleveland Foundation. Sam interviewed me by email about the important role that intermediaries play in collective impact efforts. It’s a conversation worth sharing. Stay tuned as we roll out the rest of the conversation in the coming days.

Connecting the Conversation on Dropouts

Karen Pittman
Wednesday, June 25, 2014

I recently had the opportunity to spend an hour with a group of 9th grade boys from a Washington, D.C., charter school who were finishing up a research project on why students leave school and what can be done to address the issue. Though they had come to tap my brain on whether there were any research studies to back up their observations and any promising strategies for addressing the issues they flagged, I decided to flip the tables.

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