Collaborating for better outcomes

17 jan 2013

Collaborate has been launched today as a community-interest company based at London South Bank University.

If collaboration is to frame the future of public services and the public realm, it is vital to develop the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes to shape it, and the shared value base that can sustain it.

Collaborate has been set up to to act as a hub of new ideas and leading-edge practice, a centre of leadership and skills development and a forum for conversation, debate, and problem-solving between the business, social, and public sectors.

Collaborate is supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation as part of its work to identify and promote some effective strategies to help maximise social value.

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The Guardian: Collaborate will unite the public, private, and voluntary sectors (by founding director John Tizard)

Huffington Post UK: A paradigm shift in social outcomes not through collaboration not competition

Public Finance: Research body launched to foster cross-sector cooperation

Third Sector: Community interest company Collaborate outlines its intentions

Third Sector: Collaborating across sectors for better outcomes

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