Leading and participating in networks for knowledge sharing and partnership
Networks are a highly dynamic form of individual and organisational relatedness. As repositories of knowledge, expertise, and boundary-spanning connections, networks are very often more than the sum of their parts. HEARD is pleased to be a member of numerous networks, which allows the organisation to enable and strengthen others—and to benefit from such exchanges in turn.
Human health is particularly appropriate to generous-spirited and easy-to-reconfigure networks, enabling all members to access what might otherwise be difficult to obtain: knowledge, information and informed contacts. As HEARD continues to grow, it will do so in part because of the common cause it shares with its network partners.