One of the difficulties for pioneer co-producers is that they often seem to fly in the face of the way public services have been developing over the past generation.
They rely on face to face influence when the trend has been virtual. They appeal to general skills when the trend has been increasingly specialist. They believe in ordinary skills, amateur in the best sense, when the trend has been increasingly over-professionalised.
Most important perhaps, co-production relies… Continue
Posted on October 19, 2011 at 20:45 — 3 Comments