Collaboration NI Roundtable Discussion: Collaboration, Cooperation and Communication
Collaboration NI* and Social Enterprise NI would like to invite you to a roundtable discussion to consider Supply Chain Partnerships as a model of collaboration across the third, public and private sectors.
The roundtable will provide an opportunity to:
- Clarify what is known and what is not known about supply chain partnerships as a model of collaboration
- Outline the main theories and perspectives on supply chain partnerships.
- Identify the dominant models of partnerships
- Assess the benefits and drawbacks of these models
- Examine critical success factors and best practice for partnerships
- Identify gaps in knowledge and how they can be filled
- Be clear about what is widely accepted understanding, what is our analysis and what is new thinking
- Draw out the key implications for the third sector.
Principal bodies of theory on partnerships/ strategic alliances in the public, private and third sectors. The circumstances under which partnerships are appropriate, and how to make them.
The different types of partnerships that occur, along with benefits, drawbacks and critical success factors.
Good Practice Models
Good practice lessons drawn from a number of examples
Lessons Learnt Moving Forward
Review on the lessons learnt from examples provided.
It will include guest speakers from England who have been identified as exemplars in developing cross sectoral supply chains (private, public and third sectors).
|5.30 - 6.00pm||Registration, Tea & coffee, buffet|
|6.00 - 6.15pm||
Introduction and Welcome, Nora Smith, CollaborationNI
|6.15 - 6.30pm||
Hugh Nelson, Northern Health and Social Care Trust
|6.30 - 6.45pm||
Cameron Watt, NIFHA
|6.45 - 7.00pm||
Liam McNeill, Bryson Charitable Group
|7.00 - 7.15pm||Q & A|
|7.15 - 7.30pm||
Dr James Rees, Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC)
|7.30 - 7.45pm||
Phillip Scott, Deloitte
|7.45 - 8.00pm||Q & A|
|8.00 - 8.30pm||
|8.30 - 8.45pm||Feedback|
*CollaborationNI was commissioned and financed by the Building Change Trust and is delivered in partnership by CO3, NICVA, and Stellar Leadership.
For further information please see www.collaborationni.org