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1 Choosing a partnership structure Audience Smaller organisations exploring which kind of partnership structure is most appropriate for a particular collaborative business opportunity. Purpose To help smaller organisations:  Evaluate the collaborative models outlined in 1b (What does working in partnership mean?) through practical exercises with colleagues or potential partners.  Start to plan in more detail the steps required to develop the most appropriate model for their particular circumstances. Intended outcomes Smaller organisations:  Have a clearer understanding of which kind of partnership structure may be most appropriate for their particular business opportunity (through support from an external facilitator). This workshop is designed to be a facilitated service – an activity that supports frontline organisations in developing partnerships, which is typically delivered by an independent facilitator rather than by the frontline organisations themselves. The facilitator in this case is likely to be either the commissioning body (a clinical commissioning group or local authority) or a support/development organisation. If you are interested in Voscur facilitating this kind of workshop for you, contact Voscur: | |

2 Choosing a partnership structure

3 Objectives Understand the importance, purpose and usefulness of partnerships. Understand the pros and cons of different partnership structures. Make key decisions about how to move forward. Undertake action planning to know the next key actions that are required.

4 TimeActivity 09.30Pre-reading time; questions and clarification 09.50Welcome, housekeeping, introductions and icebreaker 10.10Partnerships – why are they important? 11.00BREAK 11.15Options for partnership 12.30LUNCH 13.15The elephant in the room Joint risk analysis 14.15BREAK 14.30Action planning: evaluate/test potential models exercise/activity 15.30Action planning 15.50Conclusion, reflection and close

5 Icebreaker Talk to your partner – introduce yourself and your organisation. What are your hopes and fears about partnership working? Feedback on your partner.

6 Ground rules

7 Partnerships – why are they important?

8 Break 15 mins

9 Options for partnership Type of partnershipAdvantagesDisadvantages Alliance Hub and spoke Lead body/ consortium Joint venture/SPV Merger

10 Lunch 45 mins

11 The elephant in the room

12 Joint risk analysis Impact  LowLow-MedMedMed-HighHigh Probability: Low Low-Med Med Med-High High

13 Break 15 mins

14 Testing potential models ModelAdvantages for our situation Disadvantages for our situation Overall fit – score out of 10 Alliance Hub and spoke Lead body/ consortium Joint venture (SPV) Merger

15 Action planning – deciding next practical steps What do we need to achieve? By when?Who is in charge of this? How will we know it’s done? What are the immediate tasks?

16 Objectives Understand the importance, purpose and usefulness of partnerships. Understand the pros and cons of different partnership structures. Make key decisions about how to move forward. Undertake action planning to know the next key actions that are required.

17 Conclusion, reflection and close


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