Co-creation is firmly embedded in daily working practice and in the development of policies and programmes.
The need to do more with less requires a profound transformation of the role of both the public and non-profit sectors. The practice of co-creation can provide a powerful response to this challenge by enabling agencies to migrate from a process-centric to a people-centric operating model. Sector leaders must overcome significant obstacles in order to develop and sustain effective co-creation platforms. Ultimately, however, when leaders are able to embark on a joint quest for the creation of new value, there is no limit to what they can accomplish.
These indicators are under development, and we’re exploring potential data sources for inclusion in the next version of the framework.