May 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members

This case study reviews Buurtzorg’s approach and performance thus far and considers how this model of care might be adapted.

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

June Holley's blog explains why every network needs to be part of and explicitly develop networks of networks to maximize their impact.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A video which highlights the importance of networks of networks and self-organizing as the key factors needed to shift systems.  This useful resource can be downloaded - Why Networks?

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Insight from Jeff Hyman - Kellogg School of Management - North Western University for network leaders and organisations.

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Maria Bakardjieva and Mylnn Felt explore through research in Canada, how leadership labour is performed by individual participants who aren’t necessarily identified as traditional leaders.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A blog on uncertainty, complexity and system leadership by Celine Schillinger.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Suzie Bailey and Michael West explore this moment of crisis as an opportunity to improve compassionate leadership across Health and Social care.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A Stanford Business School approach to leadership in a crisis.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A research-based critical review of collaborative leadership practice and how this can be applied in an organisation.

Jerry Van Vactor

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Five principles for network leaders to make smart decisions during the pandemic.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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