Moving from the margins is a discussion paper produced by Collaborate and Turning Point that presents seven key insights for building integrated public services.
Collaborate launches the final report of the Commission on Place-Based Health. Chaired by Lord Victor Adebowale and co-hosted with NLGN, the Commission was established to ask how the NHS, local government and local partners could start collaborating more effectively to improve local health outcomes.
This new publication offers a practical guide to collaboration readiness, drawn from our practice across the UK and beyond. We believe there's no transformation without collaboration and no collaboration without readiness: this report helps you to take a step back and consider six different aspects of collaboration and provides a shallow route into building readiness in each.
In this paper, Collaborate and PwC ask how business, government and civil society in the Leeds area can come together to ensure opportunities in skills and employment are shared by everyone.
Collaborate and The Social Innovation Partnership launch a new paper, 'Collaboration: from emerging science to evidence base', that calls for the creation of a Collaboration Evidence Hub (CEH) - a new resource for practitioners, professionals, policy-makers, and the public that offers a systematic way of building and understanding evidence.
NLGN and Collaborate launched a major new commission imagining the future of place-based health. Chaired by Lord Victor Adebowale, the Commission will tackle the most challenging questions facing both the NHS and local councils today as they struggle with rising demand, reducing budgets and the changing demographics of their service users.
Collaborate provocation and facilitation underpins UNDP working paper on ‘Work in the Public Service of the Future’
In May 2015 Henry and Sarah were invited to Singapore where the UNDP Global Centre for Public Service Excellence (GCPSE) is based to facilitate a shared space event on the future of public service work. As provocation for this event, Collaborate developed 5 shifts in public service that they believe will be needed for the future of work (in the public service landscape) to be a successful one. Read more about those shifts.