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CANCELLED - Collaboration in Complex Times: Thinking and Acting Collaboratively in the Social Sector

THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED
This workshop will provide insights into what makes collaboration so important, yet so challenging to do well. You will learn a number of frameworks that shed light on the nature of collaboration and what t takes to work better together on complex social policy issues. If you are interested in co-creating innovative solutions to complex problems and seek a new understanding and capability, this workshop is right for you.

Date:
4 May 2018 - 9:30am4 May 2018 - 12:30pm
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THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED

The social sector is under increasing pressure to do more with less. Increasingly, this means finding new ways to collaborate, working across traditional boundaries to deliver outcomes. But collaboration is hard. Often the aspiration isn't backed up by results. This workshop will provide insights into what makes collaboration so important, yet so challenging to do well. You will learn a number of frameworks that shed light on the nature of collaboration and what t takes to work better together on complex social policy issues. If you are interested in co-creating innovative solutions to complex problems and seek a new understanding and capability, this workshop is right for you.

 

Learning Outcomes

Why Collaborate?

  • Use the Cynefin framework to identify what makes a complex situation complex
  • Understand the connection between complex situations and collaboration
  • Identify the role of collaboration in delivering on the work

What is collaboration?

  • Understand the Power of Co collaborative pathway
  • Understand the key elements of collaboration - Co-defining the dilemma and co-designing the process
  • Understand the experimental approach

Are we ready for collaboration?

  • Understand the thinking and behaviour required to make collaboration work
  • Identify barriers to collaboration in the social sector
  • Identify how to make the experimental approach work in your organisation

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Due to catering and booking commitments, cancellations made within three days (excluding public holidays and weekends) of the course/event cannot be refunded.

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