A network for co-production practitioners
Have finally managed to track down some videos from the Public Services Inside Out launch event.
If you go to Vimeo (http://www.vimeo.com/) and sign up/log in, and search for 'Public Services Inside Out' there are a number of videos of practitioners talking about co-production, with some really interesting insights.
Working on getting them uploaded to this site too -
Added by Julia on March 11, 2011 at 16:08 — No Comments
How brilliant is this 'graffiti?' Poses interesting questions about the public space, freedom, and individual expression within a co-production debate.I see it as a metaphor for how volunteering in all its forms will move from the double yellow lines paradigm of formality to become an expression of…Continue
Added by George Thomson on March 2, 2011 at 8:31 — No Comments
It's a psychological truth that 'what you see is what you get' from others.
If your starting point is to see a person/group as having something of value to offer and that there is a dialogue and negotiation to work through then the end result is much more likely to be fruitful.
If, on the other hand, the psychology is manipulative or based on applying pre set ideas onto people the value is doomed!
The basic building block in co production, I think, is how we perceive…Continue
Added by George Thomson on March 2, 2011 at 8:22 — No Comments
Last week I was involved in some Cabinet Office-sponsored discussions about a time banking project being introduced to a local authority area. The idea is to introduce a system to incentivise people to provide low level, good neighbour type support. It would involve helping people to connect with each other and then turning people’s support into credits, which they could use to access council services or leisure activities. In the example that was worked through in the proposal, a young…Continue
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Whole Person Recovery: a user-centred systems approach to problem drug use is available to download from our website http://www.thersa.org/projects/whole-person-recovery.
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See the video below of Cormac Russell, Managing Director of Nurture Development, talking about Asset Based Community Development (ABCD), co-production and how a big society can be a caring society.
Added by Ben Robinson on October 12, 2010 at 15:54 — No Comments
Added by Julia on September 9, 2010 at 11:39 — No Comments
Last week I received a call from a director of services from a large London council. Let’s call him Mr Borough. He had just read our latest report, Public Services Inside Out, which makes the case for people and professionals designing and delivering public services together in equal partnership: what we call ‘co-production’. This innovative approach, we…Continue
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