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    Morton Warner – Emeritus Professor, Welsh Institute for Health and Social Care, University of South Wales INTRODUCTION Both NHS and Social Care organisations are hierarchical. How can we bind them together without yet another reorganisation? Networks are key, but to date have only been played at. This is potentially disastrous, because horizontally organised networked activity is known to be superior to hierarchical activity whenever the problems to be solved are complex and delivery systems fragmented. EVIDENCE ON NETWORK DEVELOPMENT As far back as 1997 I said that the future of cooperative working, both within the NHS and in its relationship with […]
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