Collaborative Action Network (CANs)
Collaborative Action Networks (CANs) members are content experts who are responsible for diving into the barriers and factors impacting critical data points to cover root causes, capture community voice, and perspective to inform collective work, and ensure that those most impacted are informing decisions and shared strategies to improve the global target. CANs determine what work is within their sphere of influence to set short-term, measurable targets that will improve key data points, and they identify barriers to their work to lift to the PAN, PLAN, and FAN.
Aligned Target Action Teams
Entities within the region are doing work that impacts the shared targets of the network. These organizations can choose to align their efforts with those of the Partnership, and receive support and coaching from the Backbone Team as ‘Aligned Target Action Teams‘ to support those alignment efforts.
Ready to join one of our Collaborative Action Networks (CANs)?
The Rocky Mountain Partnership supports the work by facilitating CANs who are made up of youth and adult partners committed to moving one indicator at a time.
|What is role IS||What this role ISN’t|
|Developing strategies to improve critical data points based on prioritized indicators||Determining the direction of the Partnership and prioritizing where shared work for the network needs to happen|
|Practicing continuous improvement around shared strategies to meet targets set by the PAN||Working on strategies that are not intended to meet shared targets of the network|
|Lifting systemic barriers to meeting targets, such as policy and funding, to the PAN, PLAN, and FAN in order to support their collective work||Responsible for removing system level barriers (such as policy and funding)|
To learn more or if you are ready to join a CAN, contact Matt Horn, Collaborative Action Facilitator at MattHorn@RMPbackbone.org