Partner Resources Dues

Student Partners

 $75

Post Graduate Partners

Must have been an RCRC student partner before graduation. The RCRC offers this discounted rate to new graduates (within 2 years) as they work to incorporate relational coordination into their post graduate work.

$125

Faculty Partners

 $125

Professional Partners II

 $1,500

Professional Partners I

 $3,000

Research Center Partners

 $5,000

Organizational Partners

The RCRC offers a special rate for associations who wish to offer RCRC partnership discounts to their affiliates. To learn more about these options, please contact Tanya Allain at tallain@brandeis.edu.

 $5,000-

$25,000

 

*For research purposes only.

Become a Partner

At the RCRC, we value our partners and are highly motivated to support their work in every way we can.  Whether you are a student, a faculty member, a professional, a research center, or a service delivery organization, the RCRC welcomes you as a partner.  The RCRC partner community is governed by the principles of relational coordination – frequent, timely, accurate, problem-solving communication, supported by the development of shared goals, shared knowledge and mutual respect.

Why Become an RCRC Partner?

Learn from the RCRC Partner Community – The partner community connects regularly in person via Zoom (our online webinar platform) and in one-on-one conversations. The community shares information about the latest research (Research Webinars) and engages in discussions of timely topics in the field of practice (RC Cafes), including innovations in organizational change, teaching and training. RC Cafes also provide opportunities to share challenges or questions and receive feedback from other RCRC partners. Please see here for a full list of partners.

• Engage in Six Stages of RC Change – Partnership in the RCRC provides benefits to support your change journey. These include yearly customized webinars for your organization and discounts on other tools such as RC Intervention Training and the RC Survey 2.0. The RCRC also offers grant proposal partnering and complimentary consultation for research and evaluation design for your organization to validate the results of your change efforts. There are a variety of additional benefits that allow partners to expand their learning about relational coordination at their own pace.

What Is the Commitment Involved?

• Time – Time commitment is entirely flexible. Individuals can engage in the RCRC community as much or as little as is valuable for them at any given time.

• Financial – Pricing differs by partnership type as shown to the left.

To become a Student, Faculty or Professional Partner, please complete the Registration Form below to tell us about yourself and your interests, and submit payment.  You will receive a follow-up email with details about your RCRC partnership. Please contact info@relationalcoordination.org if you are unsure about your partnership status or if you have any difficulties completing the form.  To manage your account or renew, please visit here.

To become a Post Graduate, Research Center or Organizational Partner,  please contact info@relationalcoordination.org to schedule a conversation.  These partnerships are by invitation only.

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We created the Cafe to build a learning community among our partners who are working with internal or external clients on organizational change. The Cafe provides a forum for partners to share insights, challenges and questions about how they are engaging with clients and colleagues, using relational coordination and related methods to achieve desired outcomes.

The RC Cafe gives partners a chance to check in with each other briefly every month about themselves and their work and delve more deeply into a challenge or opportunity that someone is facing with an RC related change initiative or discuss a topic of interest to the group.

RCRC Research Webinars are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each webinar features a partner who is at the early, middle, late or completed stage of his or her research. All RCRC partners are invited to attend to ask questions, provide feedback and gain insight into their own research. Each webinar will have an invited discussant, with RCRC Director Jody Hoffer Gittell serving as the facilitator.

This database includes summaries of relational coordination intervention projects. All projects used baseline measures of relational coordination to diagnose the current state, and most projects include at least one follow-up RC survey to assess impact of the intervention. Some projects also include other performance outcomes.

The information in this database illustrates the variation in how baseline measurements are used, in the context and motivation for change, in the types of interventions – relational, work process and structural – included in the change process, and in the extent to which desired performance outcomes are measured and achieved.

This database is a summary of findings from more than 70 empirical papers (peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations and working papers) about relational coordination, across multiple industries in over a dozen countries. This database does not include pure theory papers about relational coordination.

Outcomes of relational coordination include efficiency and financial outcomes, quality and safety outcomes, client engagement, worker engagement, as well as learning and innovation.

Predictors of relational coordination include structures such as selecting for teamwork, shared accountability and rewards, shared conflict resolution mechanisms, boundary spanner roles, shared information systems and more.

RCRC Student Partners can apply to be paired with a mentor and Faculty and Professional Partners can apply to be paired with a peer mentoring partner. The expectation is that you will connect with each other four times over a 9 month period by phone, Skype, email – or in person at the RC Roundtable. We will do our very best to match you based on mutual interests and location, but we cannot guarantee that each person who applies to the program will be matched.

Web profile in the RCRC Partner Directory.

The 2017 RCRC Roundtable will be held on October 19-20 in Copenhagen, Denmark. RCRC partners from Scandinavia will serve as hosts and will have a variety of opportunities to be involved, share their work and promote their organization at the Roundtable.

In this workshop you will learn to use relational coordination as part of your interventions to improve collaboration and performance across the continuum from small co­located work groups to virtual teams to whole organizations and inter-organizational consortia. If you want to increase your understanding of relational coordination, we invite you to join us. If your organization is beginning to use RC principles for culture change and performance improvement, you can share the learning from this workshop with others in your organization.

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating grant proposal partnership requests.

The RC Survey provides a network measure with tremendous potential for measuring interactions in small face to face groups and in large highly distributed groups, with the potential to include customers as well as providers. As a network measure, the RC Survey offers insights that are not possible from a traditional survey, but also requires some additional thought. RC Analytics will coach you through the conceptualization and set up of your survey to ensure alignment between your survey configuration and what you are hoping to learn.

These guidelines are available to RCRC partners to be used for research purposes only and include chapters titled:
1. What is Relational Coordination?
2. The Theory of Relational Coordination
3. Measuring Relational Coordination
4. Analyzing Relational Coordination
5. Grant Proposal Partnering
6. Summing Up

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating research and data analytics support requests.

We created the Cafe to build a learning community among our partners who are working with internal or external clients on organizational change. The Cafe provides a forum for partners to share insights, challenges and questions about how they are engaging with clients and colleagues, using relational coordination and related methods to achieve desired outcomes.

The RC Cafe gives partners a chance to check in with each other briefly every month about themselves and their work and delve more deeply into a challenge or opportunity that someone is facing with an RC related change initiative or discuss a topic of interest to the group.

RCRC Research Webinars are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each webinar features a partner who is at the early, middle, late or completed stage of his or her research. All RCRC partners are invited to attend to ask questions, provide feedback and gain insight into their own research. Each webinar will have an invited discussant, with RCRC Director Jody Hoffer Gittell serving as the facilitator.

The RCRC meets with research center partners over the phone at least twice per year and year round via email. Additional calls can be scheduled as requested.

This database includes summaries of relational coordination intervention projects. All projects used baseline measures of relational coordination to diagnose the current state, and most projects include at least one follow-up RC survey to assess impact of the intervention. Some projects also include other performance outcomes.

The information in this database illustrates the variation in how baseline measurements are used, in the context and motivation for change, in the types of interventions – relational, work process and structural – included in the change process, and in the extent to which desired performance outcomes are measured and achieved.

This database is a summary of findings from more than 70 empirical papers (peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations and working papers) about relational coordination, across multiple industries in over a dozen countries. This database does not include pure theory papers about relational coordination.

Outcomes of relational coordination include efficiency and financial outcomes, quality and safety outcomes, client engagement, worker engagement, as well as learning and innovation.

Predictors of relational coordination include structures such as selecting for teamwork, shared accountability and rewards, shared conflict resolution mechanisms, boundary spanner roles, shared information systems and more.

Web profile in the RCRC Partner Directory.

The 2017 RCRC Roundtable will be held on October 19-20 in Copenhagen, Denmark. RCRC partners from Scandinavia will serve as hosts and will have a variety of opportunities to be involved, share their work and promote their organization at the Roundtable.

We created the Cafe to build a learning community among our partners who are working with internal or external clients on organizational change. The Cafe provides a forum for partners to share insights, challenges and questions about how they are engaging with clients and colleagues, using relational coordination and related methods to achieve desired outcomes.

The RC Cafe gives partners a chance to check in with each other briefly every month about themselves and their work and delve more deeply into a challenge or opportunity that someone is facing with an RC related change initiative or discuss a topic of interest to the group.

RCRC Research Webinars are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each webinar features a partner who is at the early, middle, late or completed stage of his or her research. All RCRC partners are invited to attend to ask questions, provide feedback and gain insight into their own research. Each webinar will have an invited discussant, with RCRC Director Jody Hoffer Gittell serving as the facilitator.

This database includes summaries of relational coordination intervention projects. All projects used baseline measures of relational coordination to diagnose the current state, and most projects include at least one follow-up RC survey to assess impact of the intervention. Some projects also include other performance outcomes.

The information in this database illustrates the variation in how baseline measurements are used, in the context and motivation for change, in the types of interventions – relational, work process and structural – included in the change process, and in the extent to which desired performance outcomes are measured and achieved.

This database is a summary of findings from more than 70 empirical papers (peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations and working papers) about relational coordination, across multiple industries in over a dozen countries. This database does not include pure theory papers about relational coordination.

Outcomes of relational coordination include efficiency and financial outcomes, quality and safety outcomes, client engagement, worker engagement, as well as learning and innovation.

Predictors of relational coordination include structures such as selecting for teamwork, shared accountability and rewards, shared conflict resolution mechanisms, boundary spanner roles, shared information systems and more.

RCRC Student Partners can apply to be paired with a mentor and Faculty and Professional Partners can apply to be paired with a peer mentoring partner. The expectation is that you will connect with each other four times over a 9 month period by phone, Skype, email – or in person at the RC Roundtable. We will do our very best to match you based on mutual interests and location, but we cannot guarantee that each person who applies to the program will be matched.

Web profile in the RCRC Partner Directory.

The 2017 RCRC Roundtable will be held on October 19-20 in Copenhagen, Denmark. RCRC partners from Scandinavia will serve as hosts and will have a variety of opportunities to be involved, share their work and promote their organization at the Roundtable.

In this workshop you will learn to use relational coordination as part of your interventions to improve collaboration and performance across the continuum from small co­located work groups to virtual teams to whole organizations and inter-organizational consortia. If you want to increase your understanding of relational coordination, we invite you to join us. If your organization is beginning to use RC principles for culture change and performance improvement, you can share the learning from this workshop with others in your organization.

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating grant proposal partnership requests.

The RC Survey provides a network measure with tremendous potential for measuring interactions in small face to face groups and in large highly distributed groups, with the potential to include customers as well as providers. As a network measure, the RC Survey offers insights that are not possible from a traditional survey, but also requires some additional thought. RC Analytics will coach you through the conceptualization and set up of your survey to ensure alignment between your survey configuration and what you are hoping to learn.

These guidelines are available to RCRC partners to be used for research purposes only and include chapters titled:
1. What is Relational Coordination?
2. The Theory of Relational Coordination
3. Measuring Relational Coordination
4. Analyzing Relational Coordination
5. Grant Proposal Partnering
6. Summing Up

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating research and data analytics support requests.

We created the Cafe to build a learning community among our partners who are working with internal or external clients on organizational change. The Cafe provides a forum for partners to share insights, challenges and questions about how they are engaging with clients and colleagues, using relational coordination and related methods to achieve desired outcomes.

The RC Cafe gives partners a chance to check in with each other briefly every month about themselves and their work and delve more deeply into a challenge or opportunity that someone is facing with an RC related change initiative or discuss a topic of interest to the group.

RCRC Research Webinars are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each webinar features a partner who is at the early, middle, late or completed stage of his or her research. All RCRC partners are invited to attend to ask questions, provide feedback and gain insight into their own research. Each webinar will have an invited discussant, with RCRC Director Jody Hoffer Gittell serving as the facilitator.

The RCRC meets with research center partners over the phone at least twice per year and year round via email. Additional calls can be scheduled as requested.

This database includes summaries of relational coordination intervention projects. All projects used baseline measures of relational coordination to diagnose the current state, and most projects include at least one follow-up RC survey to assess impact of the intervention. Some projects also include other performance outcomes.

The information in this database illustrates the variation in how baseline measurements are used, in the context and motivation for change, in the types of interventions – relational, work process and structural – included in the change process, and in the extent to which desired performance outcomes are measured and achieved.

This database is a summary of findings from more than 70 empirical papers (peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations and working papers) about relational coordination, across multiple industries in over a dozen countries. This database does not include pure theory papers about relational coordination.

Outcomes of relational coordination include efficiency and financial outcomes, quality and safety outcomes, client engagement, worker engagement, as well as learning and innovation.

Predictors of relational coordination include structures such as selecting for teamwork, shared accountability and rewards, shared conflict resolution mechanisms, boundary spanner roles, shared information systems and more.

Web profile in the RCRC Partner Directory.

The 2017 RCRC Roundtable will be held on October 19-20 in Copenhagen, Denmark. RCRC partners from Scandinavia will serve as hosts and will have a variety of opportunities to be involved, share their work and promote their organization at the Roundtable.

We created the Cafe to build a learning community among our partners who are working with internal or external clients on organizational change. The Cafe provides a forum for partners to share insights, challenges and questions about how they are engaging with clients and colleagues, using relational coordination and related methods to achieve desired outcomes.

The RC Cafe gives partners a chance to check in with each other briefly every month about themselves and their work and delve more deeply into a challenge or opportunity that someone is facing with an RC related change initiative or discuss a topic of interest to the group.

RCRC Research Webinars are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each webinar features a partner who is at the early, middle, late or completed stage of his or her research. All RCRC partners are invited to attend to ask questions, provide feedback and gain insight into their own research. Each webinar will have an invited discussant, with RCRC Director Jody Hoffer Gittell serving as the facilitator.

This database includes summaries of relational coordination intervention projects. All projects used baseline measures of relational coordination to diagnose the current state, and most projects include at least one follow-up RC survey to assess impact of the intervention. Some projects also include other performance outcomes.

The information in this database illustrates the variation in how baseline measurements are used, in the context and motivation for change, in the types of interventions – relational, work process and structural – included in the change process, and in the extent to which desired performance outcomes are measured and achieved.

This database is a summary of findings from more than 70 empirical papers (peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations and working papers) about relational coordination, across multiple industries in over a dozen countries. This database does not include pure theory papers about relational coordination.

Outcomes of relational coordination include efficiency and financial outcomes, quality and safety outcomes, client engagement, worker engagement, as well as learning and innovation.

Predictors of relational coordination include structures such as selecting for teamwork, shared accountability and rewards, shared conflict resolution mechanisms, boundary spanner roles, shared information systems and more.

RCRC Student Partners can apply to be paired with a mentor and Faculty and Professional Partners can apply to be paired with a peer mentoring partner. The expectation is that you will connect with each other four times over a 9 month period by phone, Skype, email – or in person at the RC Roundtable. We will do our very best to match you based on mutual interests and location, but we cannot guarantee that each person who applies to the program will be matched.

Web profile in the RCRC Partner Directory.

25% discount on keynotes and workshops with Professor Jody Hoffer Gittell.

The 2017 RCRC Roundtable will be held on October 19-20 in Copenhagen, Denmark. RCRC partners from Scandinavia will serve as hosts and will have a variety of opportunities to be involved, share their work and promote their organization at the Roundtable.

In this workshop you will learn to use relational coordination as part of your interventions to improve collaboration and performance across the continuum from small co­located work groups to virtual teams to whole organizations and inter-organizational consortia. If you want to increase your understanding of relational coordination, we invite you to join us. If your organization is beginning to use RC principles for culture change and performance improvement, you can share the learning from this workshop with others in your organization.

The RCRC meets with professional partners over the phone at least twice per year and year round via email. Additional calls can be scheduled as requested.

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating grant proposal partnership requests.

The RC Survey provides a network measure with tremendous potential for measuring interactions in small face to face groups and in large highly distributed groups, with the potential to include customers as well as providers. As a network measure, the RC Survey offers insights that are not possible from a traditional survey, but also requires some additional thought. RC Analytics will coach you through the conceptualization and set up of your survey to ensure alignment between your survey configuration and what you are hoping to learn.

These guidelines are available to RCRC partners to be used for research purposes only and include chapters titled:
1. What is Relational Coordination?
2. The Theory of Relational Coordination
3. Measuring Relational Coordination
4. Analyzing Relational Coordination
5. Grant Proposal Partnering
6. Summing Up

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating research and data analytics support requests.

We created the Cafe to build a learning community among our partners who are working with internal or external clients on organizational change. The Cafe provides a forum for partners to share insights, challenges and questions about how they are engaging with clients and colleagues, using relational coordination and related methods to achieve desired outcomes.

The RC Cafe gives partners a chance to check in with each other briefly every month about themselves and their work and delve more deeply into a challenge or opportunity that someone is facing with an RC related change initiative or discuss a topic of interest to the group.

RCRC Research Webinars are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each webinar features a partner who is at the early, middle, late or completed stage of his or her research. All RCRC partners are invited to attend to ask questions, provide feedback and gain insight into their own research. Each webinar will have an invited discussant, with RCRC Director Jody Hoffer Gittell serving as the facilitator.

This database includes summaries of relational coordination intervention projects. All projects used baseline measures of relational coordination to diagnose the current state, and most projects include at least one follow-up RC survey to assess impact of the intervention. Some projects also include other performance outcomes.

The information in this database illustrates the variation in how baseline measurements are used, in the context and motivation for change, in the types of interventions – relational, work process and structural – included in the change process, and in the extent to which desired performance outcomes are measured and achieved.

This database is a summary of findings from more than 70 empirical papers (peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations and working papers) about relational coordination, across multiple industries in over a dozen countries. This database does not include pure theory papers about relational coordination.

Outcomes of relational coordination include efficiency and financial outcomes, quality and safety outcomes, client engagement, worker engagement, as well as learning and innovation.

Predictors of relational coordination include structures such as selecting for teamwork, shared accountability and rewards, shared conflict resolution mechanisms, boundary spanner roles, shared information systems and more.

A 2-hour webinar customized for your organization on a yearly basis.

Complimentary professional, student or faculty partnerships for members of your research center. Partners will receive access to partnership applicable partnership benefits.

Web profile in the RCRC Partner Directory.

25% discount on keynotes and workshops with Professor Jody Hoffer Gittell.

The 2017 RCRC Roundtable will be held on October 19-20 in Copenhagen, Denmark. RCRC partners from Scandinavia will serve as hosts and will have a variety of opportunities to be involved, share their work and promote their organization at the Roundtable.

In this workshop you will learn to use relational coordination as part of your interventions to improve collaboration and performance across the continuum from small co­located work groups to virtual teams to whole organizations and inter-organizational consortia. If you want to increase your understanding of relational coordination, we invite you to join us. If your organization is beginning to use RC principles for culture change and performance improvement, you can share the learning from this workshop with others in your organization.

The RCRC meets with research center partners over the phone at least twice per year and year round via email. Additional calls can be scheduled as requested.

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating grant proposal partnership requests.

The RC Survey provides a network measure with tremendous potential for measuring interactions in small face to face groups and in large highly distributed groups, with the potential to include customers as well as providers. As a network measure, the RC Survey offers insights that are not possible from a traditional survey, but also requires some additional thought. RC Analytics will coach you through the conceptualization and set up of your survey to ensure alignment between your survey configuration and what you are hoping to learn.

These guidelines are available to RCRC partners to be used for research purposes only and include chapters titled:
1. What is Relational Coordination?
2. The Theory of Relational Coordination
3. Measuring Relational Coordination
4. Analyzing Relational Coordination
5. Grant Proposal Partnering
6. Summing Up

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating research and data analytics support requests.

We created the Cafe to build a learning community among our partners who are working with internal or external clients on organizational change. The Cafe provides a forum for partners to share insights, challenges and questions about how they are engaging with clients and colleagues, using relational coordination and related methods to achieve desired outcomes.

The RC Cafe gives partners a chance to check in with each other briefly every month about themselves and their work and delve more deeply into a challenge or opportunity that someone is facing with an RC related change initiative or discuss a topic of interest to the group.

RCRC Research Webinars are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each webinar features a partner who is at the early, middle, late or completed stage of his or her research. All RCRC partners are invited to attend to ask questions, provide feedback and gain insight into their own research. Each webinar will have an invited discussant, with RCRC Director Jody Hoffer Gittell serving as the facilitator.

This database includes summaries of relational coordination intervention projects. All projects used baseline measures of relational coordination to diagnose the current state, and most projects include at least one follow-up RC survey to assess impact of the intervention. Some projects also include other performance outcomes.

The information in this database illustrates the variation in how baseline measurements are used, in the context and motivation for change, in the types of interventions – relational, work process and structural – included in the change process, and in the extent to which desired performance outcomes are measured and achieved.

This database is a summary of findings from more than 70 empirical papers (peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations and working papers) about relational coordination, across multiple industries in over a dozen countries. This database does not include pure theory papers about relational coordination.

Outcomes of relational coordination include efficiency and financial outcomes, quality and safety outcomes, client engagement, worker engagement, as well as learning and innovation.

Predictors of relational coordination include structures such as selecting for teamwork, shared accountability and rewards, shared conflict resolution mechanisms, boundary spanner roles, shared information systems and more.

A 2-hour webinar customized for your organization on a yearly basis.

Complimentary professional, student or faculty partnerships for members of your organization. Partners will receive access to partnership applicable partnership benefits.

Web profile in the RCRC Partner Directory.

25% discount on keynotes and workshops with Professor Jody Hoffer Gittell.

The 2017 RCRC Roundtable will be held on October 19-20 in Copenhagen, Denmark. RCRC partners from Scandinavia will serve as hosts and will have a variety of opportunities to be involved, share their work and promote their organization at the Roundtable.

In this workshop you will learn to use relational coordination as part of your interventions to improve collaboration and performance across the continuum from small co­located work groups to virtual teams to whole organizations and inter-organizational consortia. If you want to increase your understanding of relational coordination, we invite you to join us. If your organization is beginning to use RC principles for culture change and performance improvement, you can share the learning from this workshop with others in your organization.

The RCRC meets with organizational partners to discuss organizational change efforts over the phone at least twice per year and year round via email. Additional calls can be scheduled as requested.

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating grant proposal partnership requests.

The RC Survey provides a network measure with tremendous potential for measuring interactions in small face to face groups and in large highly distributed groups, with the potential to include customers as well as providers. As a network measure, the RC Survey offers insights that are not possible from a traditional survey, but also requires some additional thought. RC Analytics will coach you through the conceptualization and set up of your survey to ensure alignment between your survey configuration and what you are hoping to learn.

These guidelines are available to RCRC partners to be used for research purposes only and include chapters titled:
1. What is Relational Coordination?
2. The Theory of Relational Coordination
3. Measuring Relational Coordination
4. Analyzing Relational Coordination
5. Grant Proposal Partnering
6. Summing Up

The RCRC prioritizes the work of partners when evaluating research and data analytics support requests.