This webinar explores how to address complexity in collective impact and create an intentional process that allows for effective solutions. FSG's John Kania, coauthor of “Embracing Emergence: How Collective Impact Addresses Complexity,” discusses the next phase in the collective impact dialogue and defines “emergence,” a term that describes events that are unpredictable and which no one organization or individual can control. He is joined by Blair Taylor of Memphis Fast Forward and Mark Cabaj of Tamarack for a lively conversation moderated by Stanford Social Innovation Review's Eric Nee that focuses on why collective impact is a relevant approach for complex problems and how leaders of successful collective impact initiatives have embraced a new way of collectively seeing, learning and doing that marries emergent solutions with intentional outcomes. This webinar illustrates the implications of complexity and emergence in collective impact and describes how developmental evaluation can advance collective learning to reach better and more robust outcomes.