New Partnership Benefit from the RCRC and Upcoming Events

Two New Databases are available to RCRC Partners! The RC Intervention Database 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 […]

By |March 7th, 2016|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on New Partnership Benefit from the RCRC and Upcoming Events

New Faces at the RCRC – and Upcoming Events!

Please join us in welcoming the newest member of the RCRC team who starts this week, and our new Board Members who joined us in January! Tanya Allain is the new RCRC Director of Partner Relations and Communications!  As we […]

By |February 14th, 2016|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on New Faces at the RCRC – and Upcoming Events!

RCRC Research Webinar – Improving Relational Coordination in Community Based Care Through Multi-disciplinary Meetings – A Clustered Randomized Control Trial

Several years ago, Netherlands was experiencing adverse birth outcomes particularly in low income immigrant neighborhoods, and a team of university-based researchers evaluated a national effort to address the challenge.  In the RCRC research webinar tomorrow, Friday Feb. 12 at 11-12:30 […]

By |February 11th, 2016|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on RCRC Research Webinar – Improving Relational Coordination in Community Based Care Through Multi-disciplinary Meetings – A Clustered Randomized Control Trial

Solving wicked complex social challenges – the role of relational coordination

I’ve been inspired by so many people – most recently Talmadge King, Jr. and Catherine Lucey (UCSF School of Medicine), Sana Naeem (Brandeis University), Barbara Deane Williams (Boston Public Schools) and Brenda Bond (Suffolk University) – all working with their […]

By |January 17th, 2016|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on Solving wicked complex social challenges – the role of relational coordination

Happy holidays from RCRC – cafes, webinars and workshops for January 2016

Dear RCRC community– Wishing you happy holidays with high hopes for 2016! We’re feeling hopeful 1) thanks to the ability of 196 countries to come together to take concrete steps regarding climate change and 2) thanks to people who are […]

By |December 21st, 2015|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on Happy holidays from RCRC – cafes, webinars and workshops for January 2016

Solidarity with our European and Middle Eastern colleagues – and a job posting for RCRC!

Dear RCRC Community– A message to our European and Middle Eastern colleagues – we are thinking of you and standing in solidarity as you face terrorist threats.  Our hearts are with you.  Please reach out and let us know how […]

By |November 19th, 2015|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on Solidarity with our European and Middle Eastern colleagues – and a job posting for RCRC!

Reflecting on the 2015 Roundtable!

Last week a diverse, knowledgeable and curious group convened in NYC to explore the role of relational coordination for building healthy and thriving workplaces and communities. Coming from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Australia, China, Belgium, Ireland, Germany and Canada – and […]

RC Roundtable October 15-16 in NYC!

Healthy & Thriving Workplaces & Communities – The Role of Relational Coordination Join us for the RC Roundtable at New York University’s Wagner School, where we will explore how to build healthy and thriving workplaces and communities, and the central […]

Back From Belgium – Workplace Innovation, Sociotechnical Systems and Freshly Brewed Beer

Just left a week-long conference in Belgium that combined the Sociotechnical Systems Roundtable with a European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN) meeting, hosted by Flanders Synergy and our RCRC partners at the Center for Work and Organizational Change (led by Professor […]

By |September 14th, 2015|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on Back From Belgium – Workplace Innovation, Sociotechnical Systems and Freshly Brewed Beer

Finding Relational Responses to Complex Challenges

How can we build healthy and thriving workplaces and communities, where diverse participants are connected by shared goals, shared knowledge and mutual respect? This is an increasingly urgent question to answer in our increasingly interdependent world. For those who have […]

By |August 13th, 2015|RCRC Blog|Comments Off on Finding Relational Responses to Complex Challenges