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Transforming Relationships for High Performance

Research findings suggest that the strength of relational coordination ties among participants in a work process predicts outcomes that are critically and strategically important in organizations. These outcomes include quality, efficiency, customer engagement, workforce resilience and well-being, learning and innovation. Stakeholders come to see their work differently and begin to have more productive conversations with each other.

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Events

RC Improvement Efforts with Change Teams

Join us on April 18 from 4:00 to 5:00 am for the April Partner Cafe with optional networking from 5:00 to 5:30 pm. We welcome researchers and practitioners from all sectors.

Improving Work Processes Through RC

This 1.5-day workshop prepares you to use the RC Survey and the Organizational Structures Assessment Tool to support interventions in change efforts. Begins April 12 at 1:00 with 3 follow-up webinars.

Save the Date: 2019 Roundtable

Save the date for the 9th Annual RCRC Roundtable - Designing the Future - The Science of Relational Change. This year's event will be held at Catalyst HTI in Denver, Colorado.

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Partners

Remembering Ken Milne

An RCRC founding partner, respected colleague and dear friend, Ken's way of being has positively impacted us and the troubled world in which we live.

Sally Retecki

Welcome to Sally, our newest RCRC Professional Partner from CareOregon, a community-based nonprofit health services organization based in Portland.

Watch: Amy Edmondson

Amy Edmondson, Professor at Harvard Business School and Author of The Fearless Organization, spoke about teaming at the 2018 Roundtable.

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News

Recommended Read

"Purposeful interprofessional team intervention improves relational coordination among advanced heart failure care teams" from the Journal of Interprofessional Care by Blakeney et al.

March Newsletter

Have you read our March Newsletter - Updates, Focus on Building Equity, and a Call for Abstracts?  Don't forget to sign up for our mailing list to receive our monthly newsletter. 

Watch: Phil Thompson

Phil Thompson,  Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives for NYC and Head of the Housing, Community and Economic Development Group at MIT, spoke about Social Movements and Building a New Economy.

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