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Carol Jacklin-Jarvis's blog

To collaborate or not to collaborate?

'The question for many leaders is: how far are we willing to compromise, what kind of trade-offs are reasonable, and when does collaboration simply threaten our identity too significantly to be worth the potential benefits?' This blog is third in a series written by Dr Carol Jacklin-Jarvis. Here, she discusses the dilemmas of leading across boundaries. 

1st September 2016

Is collaboration inherently a good thing?

Carol Jacklin-Jarvis offers three (and a ½!) thoughts on a collaborative approach to leadership for social justice. This is the second blog in a series she has produced for the Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership in The Open University Business School.

5th August 2016

Is collaboration always the answer?

Dr Carol Jacklin-Jarvis questions the 'warm glow' surrounding the common exhortation to collaborate. This is the first blog in a series of three she has written for the Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership in The Open University Business School.

23rd June 2016

The Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership

The Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership is based in The Open University Business School and provides a new opportunity to access learning resources and research-led insight into leadership in the voluntary sector and collaboration within and across sector boundaries. 

24th February 2016

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