Collaborate CIC

Collaborate CIC

Organizational Partner: Collaborate CIC, London Southbank University

Lead: Katie Pincham, Collaborate
Preferred contact: enquiries@collaboratecic.com
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Resident in: UK;

Working in: UK;

Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/website, Management, Policy/Commissioning, Policy/other/collaboration in services to the public, Services/other/collaborative across sectors;

Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Decision theory,

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Global health, Mental health/General, Social care

Brief Description of Work: Collaborate is an independent CIC focusing on the thinking, culture and practice of cross-sector collaboration in public services.  We believe that an increasingly complex operating environment needs an outcomes-focused and more collaborative approach – and we work with government, business and civil society to make this happen in practice.  Instead of ‘public services’, Collaborate facilitates coalitions developing ‘services to the public’ – efficient, dynamic services that have a closer relationship with the people using them and are more resilient to the challenges they face. Collaborate, the Collaborating Centre and London South Bank University, have established a joint program The Future of Collaboration in Services to the Public.

Read more: You can find out more about Collaborate at www.collaboratei.com

Launched in January 2020 Collaborate CIC’s new Manifesto for a Collaborative Society is based on extensive research and consultation. The manifesto explores what a collaborative society could look like, how you build it, and where people and places are already paving the way.  

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