The Impact of Co-creation: Benefits, Constraints and the Art of Measuring Success - Shared screen with speaker view
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Maybe I missed it, maybe it will be discussed later, but what is the difference to trans-disciplinary research. The issues to consider and the (ideal) process in co-creation seem to be very similar to trans-disciplinary research. Could you expand on the differences?
It might be the million dollar question, but how can co-creation projects lead to institutional change, rather than ad-hoc successes that lead to a fragmented transition?
There is a lot of great research already on collaborative governance, collaborative public management, collaborative planning, cross-sector collaboration etc., including meta-analyses that systematize the findings and lay out criteria for measurement and assessment of these processes. What do you see as the added value of the co-creation concept in relation to the previous research?
Perhaps its also important to consider the issues of governance in co-creation and most importantly IPR issues, 'who takes what' stuff…
It is difficult o envisage a project without any limits on the outcomes. E.g. the costs of a project have limits.
@corneille not every co-creation leads to an investment. It could be about ideas, visions, art, behavior, etc. But I agree that discussing the boundaries could be part of a co-creation process
Big Messages document: https://waag.org/sites/waag/files/2021-02/Big-Messages-Brochure%20Final.pdf
Hi all, I happened to interview Helena Solman for a review of co-creation an co-production in wind developments for my newsletter/podcast Social Life of Energy just yesterday. You can read/hear about it here:https://sociallifeofenergy.substack.com/p/ownership-appropriation-and-legitimacy
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My understanding is that co-creation is a transdisciplinary approach. So, it can be a core of transdisciplinary research that is done.
I've been studying elements of this discussion recently too and agree that transdisciplinary research is related to research whereas cocreation might be - but isn't necessarily. And you might have a great cocreation process which doesn't produce "academic grade" research outputs. We were studying cocreation as one possible methodology im comparison with citizen science for instance, to compare the extent to which the involvement of participants is directed by those initiating the activity (as is often planned in citizen science; sometime even seeing participants as resource capacity). As mentioned, I understand cocreation is intended to me much more open ended and shared in ownership and practice.
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For more information on the co-creation SHIFFT project visit: https://shifftproject.eu/ or follow us onhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/shifft-project/
Jaap Van der Waerden
Thanks for the webinar! Good stuff
Thanks to everyone ….!
Thanks for the interesting webinar!
Thank you for the insightful discussions and presentations.
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