#2: What is co-production research trying to do? – Dr Alice Owen

(Post originally published on 5th May 2015). I’ve been thinking about this question, prompted by a really interesting conversation with the project team in Leeds yesterday. For the first time I crystallised in my own mind three quite different types of impact from co-production research. What we seem to talk about most is finding ways… Read More #2: What is co-production research trying to do? – Dr Alice Owen

#1: Co-production of a Beginning – Irena Bauman

In this post Irena Bauman, Professor of Sustainable Urbanism at the University of Sheffield, discusses initial challenges to the creation of a co-produced project with regards to the logistics of sharing work, things getting personal and ownership of ideas. (Post originally published on 17th March 2015). Learning from Line Dancing The word Co-production consistently conjures… Read More #1: Co-production of a Beginning – Irena Bauman

#1: Co-production of a beginning – Prof. Paul Chatterton

This week Paul Chatterton from the ‘Leeds Co-production Lab’ discusses the issues of group organisation and cooperation that co-production raises. (Post originally published on 20th April 2015) Coproduction: between bureaucracy and anarchy As the lead researcher for the ‘Leeds coproduction lab’ project and the person who applied for the grant and assembled the partnership that… Read More #1: Co-production of a beginning – Prof. Paul Chatterton

#1: Co-Production of a Beginning – Dr Alice Owen

In the first post  by a participant from the Leeds City Lab, Dr Alice Owen, Lecturer in business sustainability and stakeholder engagement at Leeds University, discusses the challenges of beginning a co-produced project in terms of the issues concerning work/life balance that project work raises and wider concerns with sustainability. (Post was originally published on… Read More #1: Co-Production of a Beginning – Dr Alice Owen