Gauging the 'capacity to collaborate' within multi-sector ageing networks

Everingham, Jo-Anne, Cuthill, Michael, Warburton, Jeni and Bartlett, Helen (2010) Gauging the 'capacity to collaborate' within multi-sector ageing networks. Third Sector Review, 16 3: 83-100.

Author Everingham, Jo-Anne
Cuthill, Michael
Warburton, Jeni
Bartlett, Helen
Title Gauging the 'capacity to collaborate' within multi-sector ageing networks
Journal name Third Sector Review
ISSN 1323-9163
Publication date 2010
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 16
Issue 3
Start page 83
End page 100
Total pages 8
Place of publication Penrith South DC, Australia
Publisher Australian and New Zealand Third Sector Research
Language eng
Formatted abstract Complex social issues are increasingly addressed using collaboration
between third-sector organisations and state actors. This paper explores
the capacity to collaborate evident within two such networks in the initial
stages of an action research project aimed at fostering collaboration around
positive ageing initiatives. Findings are presented using a conceptual
framework for measuring capacity to collaborate. This framework includes
three dimensions – forms of capital, key processes employed for working
together, and characteristics of the context – that can facilitate or inhibit
collaboration. Applying the framework to an empirical situation provides
an assessment of the latent capacity to collaborate in two networks.
Keyword Collaboration
Ageing policy
Capacity-building
Collaborative processes
Multi-sector networks
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining Publications
 
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