Successful Movements

Harvard Business Review – What Successful Movements Have in Common

Harvard - Successful Movements
Harvard – Successful Movements

Article on ‘Why some Movements succeed and others fail’.

CANVAS Books – must read!

Future Ground Network exists to offer training and resources to emerging and experienced local grassroots groups – they offer tons of useful How-Tos and Guides.

Liberating Structures has 33 more options to the big five conventional approaches – menu [DE].

Future Matters Project helps citizens’ movements by building the teams, developing the strategies, and spreading the know-how needed to win a just, free and habitable world.

Momentum is dedicated to movement building – teaching the craft of popular movements fighting for justice, giving grassroots organizers the tools to build massive, decentralized social movements that aim to shift the terrain under policymakers’ feet.
Great resource to a report about measuring the impact of social movements

Tectonica – The Five-Part Framework for Digital Organising and How Can We Measure Organising?

  • Tectonica - Digital Moblising Framework
    Tectonica - Digital Moblising Framework

A very good ‘Practitioner’s Guide for Measuring Movements‘ with Five Metrics for Assessing People Power:

  1. Total engagement of the base month to month.
  2. New members to the movement
  3. Lowbar to Highbar conversion
  4. Repeat actions
  5. Member Absorption

The Conflict Resolution Network offers a very useful Kit to resolve conflicts.

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