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for Practical Public Service Reform and Innovation

Public Service Community Partnerships are especially relevant to address complex issues and create services which meet people’s needs.

They put social value at the heart of your commissioned service, achieving better outcomes for people as we demonstrate in the case studies.

For such partnerships to succeed public authorities must understand these five correctives.

Click on each button for descriptions of the outcomes of, process behind, underlying principles, and evidence for each corrective.

Why are the correctives necessary?

Julian Blake presents five systematic problems with framing concepts and implementation of public services in this short presentation:

Julian’s presentation was part of our webinar also featuring Dr Carolyn Wilkins OBE (Oldham Council), Rachel Silcock (Plymouth City Council), Baroness Hilary Armstrong (Chair of the House of Lords’ Public Services Committee), Chris Wright (Catch22) and Jonathan Bland (E3M):

What next?

Case studies of purpose-aligned partnerships

Examples of successful public service community partnerships delivering a variety of public services. See them here.

Answers to Frequently-Asked Questions

Plus put your specific queries to our community, made of up public-partnership-success-stories, legal and finance experts, bold commissioners and social enterprise leaders. FAQs AND POST A QUESTION.

9 Key Principles for working with purpose-aligned partners

Component principles for effective partnership working. Click here.

Tools, Resources and Model Documents

Example documentation, contracts, processes and agreements you can access – or use as a checklist as you progress your partnerships. These practical models and outlines include a set of social value imperatives.

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