Working as a Consortium
“Bigger consortia with a truly shared goal may (counter-intuitively) come to a consensus more easily as compared to smaller groups, as the need to compromise is more clear to all partnering organizations.”
Within this document, you’ll learn the benefits and consideration of forming a consortia.
Learn about the benefits and considerations of forming a consortia.
- Economies of scale provide greater opportunities to small districts who can form collaborative working partnerships
- Allows members to learn from one another, and to provide inspiration and support network
- Sustainability requires a shared goal that every participant is fully bought into, and/or clear advantages of participation for every potential partner.
- Consider starting with smaller projects at first to build trust and to develop working relationships and effective processes.