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The first three days, networking is approached from a strategic, administrative and managerial perspective. You can involve your network, the network you plan on being part of or the one you design as a case on the 4th day of the course.
The program consists of 3 parts: Day 1: Theory
Part 1 Social capital: handles enlargement of social capital. The focus no longer lies on networking, but on when and how to network.
Part 2 Innovation networks, the network organisation. We focus on the position of your organization in partnerships that have a common goal. Think of taking on a partnership with various organizations to develop innovative solutions not realizable by any of the organizations separately.
Day 2: Game
Organizorg, a new learning methodd in the form of a game simulation, developed by Steven Van Den Oord and Floris Bertels. This game will be played together with the participants of the short program 'management in care' so that the game brings both groups into contact with each other and different perspectives become clear. In this way you really experience what it means to be part of a network.
Day 3: Practical examples
Part 1: The rollout of a network organization in practice: EBP Network practice case
Part 2: The role of the network coordinator, the steering group and the working group.
Day 4: Own case
At the end of the course, the participants will get an assignment. For this assignment they have to draft an action plan of their own organization. On the 4th day, the group will be invited for an intervision on this.