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Misinformation Published on April 20th, 2016

Over the last few weeks I have had conversations with a number of people who referred to their frustration with misinformation in the collaborative processes they are involved in. Two of the people w … Continue reading »

Being OK with (Un)certainty Published on April 4th, 2016

"Help! My team is being asked to do something new and they aren't used to the high level of uncertainty. They are getting stuck. What can I do?"This cry for help came from a client who is using … Continue reading »

Co-Define - The Dilemmas Within Published on March 31st, 2016

Co-define - The Dilemmas Within I wanted to share some of my learnings from the Co-define Dilemma step of our collaborative pathway, which is intended to help a group build clarity on the challenge t … Continue reading »

When Does Collaboration Begin? Published on March 16th, 2016

When does collaboration begin?Calls to Twyfords for specialist advice on collaboration come from a variety of places and spaces on the collaborative journey. Some people call because they have been t … Continue reading »

What is a Meta-phor? Published on February 16th, 2016

Don’t you love a good quote? This one was sent to me this week:“ Collaboration is not about gluing together existing egos. It’s about the ideas that never existed until after every … Continue reading »

Does Collaboration Need Structure? Published on February 10th, 2016

We’ve recently been asked to help with a couple of projects where an effective and purposeful collaborative planning process requires an equally effective supporting community engagement process … Continue reading »
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