Collaborate is delighted to publish this blog from Clare Wightman, Director of Grapevine in Coventry and Warwickshire - a reaction to our recent report on the behavioural preconditions of system change. Clare was on the steering group for the development of the preconditions framework.
Behaviour change for systems change
Collaborate's La Toyah McAllistair-Jones and Sarah Billiald write for NewStart magazine about their recent report 'Behaving like a System?' and the ‘preconditions’ for systems change.
Behaving like a System?
'Behaving Like a System?' sets out to explore the preconditions for systems change in a place. It unpicks the critical behaviours and vision that makes system change more likely, more deliverable and more sustainable.
Sent to Coventry: lessons from place-based systems research in Coventry
La Toyah McAllister-Jones shares her observations on systems change from Collaborate's recent work in Coventry.
Collaboration: From emerging science to evidence base?
Stephen Bediako, founder and chief exectuive of the Social Innovation Partnership (TSIP), shares his thoughts on the partnership with Collaborate to grow collaboration by building an evidence hub.
Collaborate partners with TSIP to call for a Collaboration Evidence Hub
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.