NEXUS4change is the convener of the best in collaborative change and innovation.

NEXUS4change is a global community of communities.  We convene the diverse practitioners for the emerging, established, & leading edge approaches in collaborative change from around the world. NEXUS4change is the space for you to accelerate your confidence and competence in collaborative approaches that lead to deep transformative change — leveraging the power of the collaborative tools & methods that transform organizations and communities tackling 21st Century challenges.

UPCOMING EVENTS:  February 9, 2019 - The Great Lakes Collaborative


Why Collaborative Change?

It’s pretty straightforward. People support and defend that which they help to create.  The question for the leaders, conveners, and facilitators of communities and organizations is this—who will you involve in the conversation? This is important, because those who craft a picture and plan for the future are the ones who will end up getting it done.  Engage with the wisdom and intelligence of people co-evolving and co-innovating their system by creating meaningful collaboration and the capacity to create transformative change - what we call Collaborative Change and Innovation.*

Join our global community bringing together practitioners, practice and process experts for participative change, leaders, scholars, educators, students, and activist committed to advancing collaborative change and innovation from a variety of organizations including business, non-profit, government, and higher-education institutions, corporations, and community groups.

Our goal is to champion all approaches and communities of practice - to celebrate and showcase best practices and to leverage and synergize the great work being done around the world. We invite you to: 

CONNECT - Community of Communities
EXPLORE - Library of Curated Content
LEARN - Training & Talent Development
TRANSFORM - Consulting & Coaching

*What is Collaborative Change?  Collaborative change is defined as:  

the purposeful experience among organizations and communities where information and resources are shared in order to collectively alter a system for mutual benefit.

We are more than a community of practice; we are a community of purpose. It’s not about what method is best. What lies beyond the methods? What are we all trying to do? What is the common work here? Such a focus can be a powerful attractor of energy, excitement, and enthusiasm on behalf of life and life affirming possibility.
— Juanita Brown [Founder, World Cafe]