Flexibility and co-production

Final Report – Co-Production – 2016-01-20

Co-production involves learning and flexibility. This is important for the responsiveness necessary in research as mutual understandings evolve. Traditional research approaches conceive of flexibility in research as an indicator of a poorly focused study. The tide may, however, be turning. Please read the report by N8/ESRC Research Programme, which suggests that it may be within fluid situations of co-production that the most important new insights emerge.

Pamela Fisher