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What makes a co-operative different?

Co-operatives and agricultural co-operatives: what’s the difference? On the surface, co-operatives might appear like any other business – commercially successful, productive and profitable. What sets

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Evaluating a collaboration

Any new business or community initiative should be monitored from the beginning to assess the value of changes, demonstrate return on investment over time, and

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Managing collaboration
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Managing successful collaboration

Working together in new ways necessitates good management, even before the group is formalised. This means ensuring you have the right conditions and strong relationships.

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Tips to start collaborating

Collaboration aims to include multiple stakeholders in a collective conversation, to develop a broader understanding of the problem and solutions and to find ways forward

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Are you ready to collaborate?

Collaborations can bring cross-sector and inter-organisation benefits but they can also create complexity for member organisations. New challenges need to be weighed against business-as-usual practices.

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When to collaborate?

Collaboration is only one of several forms of working together. While collaboration can deliver results beyond what could be achieved alone, it can be challenging

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Why collaborate?

Agriculture is a complex sector, with multifaceted challenges but also exciting opportunities. Emerging products and markets, shifting supply and labour demands, climatic changes, new technologies

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What is collaboration?

Collaboration refers to two or more people or organisations with a collective goal working together for the benefit of all involved. This may involve, for

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