Practical Insights for Funding, Commissioning and Managing in Complexity

Dawn Plimmer and Melissa Hawkins, Collaborate CIC & Newcastle Business School hosted a session at Losing Control 2019 titled “Collaborating in Complexity: Embracing the Mess to do What’s Best for People, Not What’s More Comfortable”, exploring new ways of working that are genuinely people-led. 

Recently, Collaborate CIC & Newcastle Business School have published a new report, which responds to significant interest in learning from practical examples of how organisations, funders and commissioners are fundamentally rethinking their design and delivery of support. It sets out a ‘new world’ of approaches to social change that genuinely put people in the lead, providing practical examples and insights for others eager to develop new ways of working.

You can find it here