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COBACORE Community Based Comprehensive Recovery : D6.8: Guidelines for Practical Introduction of COBACORE Project Results - WP6: Dissemination, Exploitation and Education

Author: Rijken, M. · Streefkerk, J.W. · Huis in 't Veld, M.A.A. · Pieneman, R.B.J. · Buul-Besseling, K. van · Neef, R.M.
Type:report
Date:2016
Publisher: European Union
Place: Brussels
Source:1.0
Identifier: 535250
Report number: FP7-SEC-2012-1 ; EU Agreement number 313308
Keywords: Safety · Disaster management · Recovery · Co-creation, · Appreciative inquiry · Civilian-professional collaboration · Adoption guideline · Stakeholders · Safety and Security · Defence, Safety and Security · Human & Operational Modelling · HOI - Human Behaviour & Organisational Innovations ; PCS - Perceptual and Cognitive Systems ; NO - Networked Organisations · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences

Abstract

This document describes a method to support local implementations of COBACORE project results and similar innovations for civilian-professional collaboration. The method highlights critical factors of concern and facilitates the development of a bespoke implementation in co-creation with local stakeholders. The method follows a multi-phase process, with each phase focussing on uncovering important local factors, such as stakeholders and their capabilities, their interdependencies, local judicial and operational constraints, social and cultural aspects, standing information systems, local privacy and security aspects. In this document, each phase in the method is described in detail, taking into account lessons learned from applying the method in three pilot workshops. The implications of applying this method to implementation of COBACORE project results are outlined, as well as an initial check on international applicability of this method.