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<h2>Co creation co concepts</h2> • Non hierarchiachal • Leader “full” • Initiators (a new kind of leader) ‡ step back roles • Shared authority and responsibility • Collectively shared vision • Emphasis on process • Collectively designed goals • Mindful of who is included (who needs to be there and who decides to be there) • Emergent • Process critical to / as important as outcomes. • Listening • Empowering people • Builds capacity • Creative thinking • Co creation is not always appropriate (when and not to co create) • Benefits distributes among stakeholders • Value led questions • Phasing (may be co creation is in some phases only) • Collective questions based process <h2>Themes from session (what resonated with us?)</h2> • Paving the way to widespread literacy on co-creation. Pioneering Co-creative inspiration. (1) Intermediation publicly – accelerate/amplify; (2) Monetizied support role (depends on individual consulting expertise that can be offered by members); (3) Advocacy/education • Need boundaries for the definition/patterns of co-creation – core features / membrane • Ideal: stakeholders become investors; unloading generosity • Hardship-bliss paradox • Leadership: vision keeper, empower others, issue invitation; Shine light on others <h3>How do you fuel the fire instead of being it?</h3> • Co-creative culture: attitude, gift, deep listening • Transparency vs. risk of sharing. • Openness vs. frameworks. • Active/deep listening • Important role of questions. (Can be a tool to articulate thinking of stakeholders). Open discovery • Conditions for co-creation – when to use? When not to use? May be useful at some phases and not at others. • Crafting motivation and incentive structure for engaging those who may not be interested • Inspirational Path: Inspire, Conspire, Cospire • Ask ‘what do you want to learn?’ • How to process the process; process vs. outcome • Flexible responses - Active-ocracy • Many challenges to co-creation. <h2>Potential Actions</h2> 1. Could do a “how to” of co-creative leadership; infographic on characteristics; training 2. Digital platforms 3. Curate existing resources/methods 4. Important need to build bridges to other networks (boundary spanning) <h2 dir="ltr">Body of knowledge (BOK) around co-creation</h2> <p dir="ltr">Case studies, #cocreate14, discs, etc</p> <p dir="ltr">multiple possible audiences - delivering the right content to the right audience</p> <p dir="ltr">practitioners policy makers etc</p> <p dir="ltr">What do practitioners need?</p> <p dir="ltr">How could BOK support?</p> <p dir="ltr">“Models” could be helpful - HOW TO?</p> <p dir="ltr">Digital Platform</p> <p dir="ltr">Find a group problem to work on?</p> <p dir="ltr">Peer to peer mentoring</p> <p dir="ltr">regular gatherings</p> <p dir="ltr">place-based practices</p> <p dir="ltr">Personal journeys into online before events</p> <p dir="ltr">online co-working space (yammer)</p> <p dir="ltr">periodic member interviews</p> <p dir="ltr">Google chat and archived</p> <p dir="ltr">Following with Living Bridges</p> Survey of online home

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