Relational Coordination Research Collaborative

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Roundtable/Webinars

RCRC Annual Roundtables
The RCRC Annual Roundtable is a full-day seminar followed by a reception, hosted each year by one of the RCRC Partners.  Its purpose is to gather Partners and others in the RCRC community to share, discuss and debate at length on a topic of broad and pressing interest.  Last year's Annual Roundtable, hosted by founding Partner Dartmouth Hitchcock, convened on November 2nd in Hanover, New Hampshire.

RCRC Webinar Series
The RCRC offers monthly webinars featuring practitioners and researchers who share innovations and best practices they are using to transform relationships for high performance.  All webinars are held on the first Tuesday of the month from 11 am – 12 pm ET. Participation and content are available to RCRC Partners only.

RCRC Spring Research Colloquium
The RCRC will host its first annual Spring Research Colloquium in May, 2013. This event will convene researchers who are interested in advancing the science of measurement, improvement and evaluation to support innovations in relational coordination research and practice.

Publications 
We highlight books and articles that show how relational coordination and other positive relational dynamics drive critical performance outcomes, and how organizations can foster those dynamics. 

RCRC Videos
A collection of video presentations given by Professor Jody Hoffer Gittell, RCRC Partners, and RCRC Board Members.

Research in Progress 
Research in Progress highlights current applications for Relational Coordination Theory and the RC Survey

Tools for Change
This RCRC resource is currently under development.  Stay posted for a directory of research-based tools for change - methods and protocols that organizations can use to build high levels of relational coordination and to drive critical performance outcomes.  


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