The headlines are that it explored how individuals valued themselves and others outside of comparison and competition, and how processes were used. It identified that there are many hierarchies that can come to the fore where…"
Welcome to the group. I'd be really interested to hear more about the study you completed last year. We have found many examples of co-production taking place despite their organisations being extremely hierarchical (such as some…"
Nov 19, 2013
Suzanne Baker is now a member of Co-production practitioners network
I am very interested in coproduction, and mutual learning, and non hierarchical organsiations. I believe that they can be the most creative, enjoyable environments to work in, where power is shared and difference is celebrated. I have completed study last year exploring non hierarchical community projects. In my role I help facilitate non hierachical groups and peer to peer learning environments. I am also involved in community development work where I live particularly exploring co learning and wish to explore more co production together
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Welcome to the group. I'd be really interested to hear more about the study you completed last year. We have found many examples of co-production taking place despite their organisations being extremely hierarchical (such as some NHS examples) but many organisations - particularly the not for profits - who are trying to embed co-production find themselves increasingly uncomfortable with the clash between working culture and organisational structure.
Perhaps this is something you would consider doing a short blog about on the main page? I'm sure other members of the network would be interested.