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How to build cross-sector collaboration

How to build cross-sector collaboration

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As the state shrinks, and commissioners across a range of public service delivery areas are faced with meeting rising demand with diminishing resources, new ways of working and meeting community needs will be necessary, and the social economy sector will need to be a part of co-designing these new systems and solutions. Collaborations across agencies, disciplines and sectors, will become more common. Here at Exeter CVS, the steps we identified are closely aligned to John Kotter's change process described in his change management "fable", " Our Iceberg is Melting ." As the state continues to shrink, and commissioners across a range of public service delivery areas are faced with meeting rising demand with diminishing resources, new ways of working and meeting community needs will be necessary, and the social economy sector will need to be a part of co-designing these new systems and solutions. Collaborations across agencies, disciplines and sectors, will become more common. Here at Exeter CVS, the steps we identified are closely aligned to John Kotter's change process described in his change management "fable", " Our Iceberg is Melting ."
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elizabeth.pace@ncvo.org.uk elizabeth.pace@ncvo.org.uk ; simon.bowkett@exetercvs.org.uk ; jack.garfinkel@ncvo-vol.org.uk ; thalia.silver@ncvo.org.uk ; markb@textmatters.com
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As the state shrinks, continues to shrink, and commissioners across a range of public service delivery areas are faced with meeting rising demand with diminishing resources, new ways of working and meeting community needs will be necessary, and the social economy sector will need to be a part of co-designing these new systems and solutions. Collaborations across agencies, disciplines and sectors, will become more common. Here at Exeter CVS, the steps we identified are closely aligned to John Kotter's change process described in his change management "fable", " Our Iceberg is Melting ."

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