Creating enduring solutions through collaboration

 

We are specialists in Collaborative Governance: Decision making for complex times.

Working with leaders within private industry and government who face difficult decisions around complex organisational and project issues, we provide:
  • Clarity on the decision making process
  • Guidance to make progress in the face of controversy and complexity
  • A new way of thinking about how to work with stakeholders to get your work done
  • A pathway to successful resolution
  • Better outcomes, smarter decisions, lasting solutions
Our approach is useful in any situation involving multiple diverse stakeholders - organisations, agencies, people, institutions - and those stakeholders need to be part of the solution.

New half-day seminar


Is THAT what collaboration is?

We thought we were collaborating, but we weren't!


Find out how to genuinely collaborate to resolve complex dilemmas through the collaborative governance framework.



Australia


Sydney 5th June


More dates and cities to come


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Collaborative Governance guides the Queensland Plan


The Queensland Government has taken an unprecedented approach in creating the 30 year vision for the state. 


John Dengate reflects on the experience and process in his most recent blog post

> READ ABOUT IT


Max Hardy talks about the process on ABC Radio prior to the Brisbane Summit

> LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW


Power of Co Guides Governmental, Organizational Leaders to Discover the Best Answers to their Worst Problems

We've launched The Power of Co: The Smart Leaders? Guide to Collaborative Governance to North American readers.


The launch coincides with a series of workshops presented by Vivien Twyford in Toronto, Ont.; Calgary, B.C.; and Missoula, Mont., about tackling tough problems facing governments, communities and businesses through the power of effective decision making that underpins collaborative governance.


"Antiquated political and corporate decision making systems can't solve the issues we face. In most cases, they are crumbling under the demands by the public to be heard and to participate in the processes."


> READ THE NEWS RELEASE


> MORE ABOUT THE BOOK AND REVIEWS


> READ AN EXCERPT

 

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Questions that leaders have asked me over the past 18 months....

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