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Last edited 08 Feb 2024
Co-production (collective production, sometimes collective build) is to produce together where the project team and participants work together to physically produce and build a project, feature, or component actively using creative, participatory methods.
It involves a shift from a traditional, top-down design and build model to a more collaborative and participatory approach. The Co-production process aims to ensure that proposals are designed and delivered to meet the needs and preferences and that they are encouraged to shape the proposals actively. Co-production can occur at work stages 4 to 6, requiring process, training, budget, limitations, and governance confirmation. Links to levels of engagement: Co-production can enable participants and treat them equally as partners, leading to more collaborative outcomes.
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