Here is a broadcaster how-to-guide that you might find useful Interviewing experts: 106-12-Interviewing-experts-Best-practices-for-broadcasters-and-experts-1.docx (69.9 KB)
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What is collaboration?
Collaboration to my understanding is the most useful part of a creative process, to complete creation aim to benefit both parties based on their roles played to increase productivity & share benefits; For the well being of the public as agreed, designed and implemented by those involved in the art of development.
As week2 demands what kind of collaboration we are involved with?
I would briefly like to share that, am involved with the Private-public type of collaboration.
My question to experts in this week discussion is;
How can broadcasters and stakeholders collaboration be fast-track without going through some of the painful and challenging processes both face in establishing a smooth relationship? as we sometimes experience between experts and broadcasters, with farmers inclusive.
Am currently collaborating with ACHENADIA Development Association (ADA) who is now gearing towards becoming a co-operative in 2020. They deal with mega-production and transformation of cassava into various forms.
We add value to food chains to minimise low cost - high loss of farmers produce, while ensuring food safety and security.
We help in processing these products for farmers with limited means and skills of adding value to their produce and marketing them in time.
Our main objective is to help farmers get what they deserved for their efforts in Agriculture which the govenment marketing board have not been able to address in our past collaboration, due to the current crisis Southern British Cameroon is facing now for the past 3years.
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How can broadcasters and stakeholders’ collaboration be fast-track without going through some of the painful and challenging processes both face in establishing a smooth relationship? as we sometimes experience between experts and broadcasters, with farmers inclusive.
@mikepac715. There is no rule of thumb to fast-tracking a relationship-building in collaboration. Trust takes time to build, develop and nurture.
This is particularly so if it is the first time the parties are collaborating: new faces, behaviors, attitudes, etc. Members would have to understudy and observe before they open up.
It will be good from the onset in the collaboration to have consent form and protection of individual personality and data duly guarantee.
When you anticipate a slow response or parties not opening up from members you can enquire to get a gateman to lead you the expert and they might open up. A bitter experience could be preventing people from easily opening up during collaboration.
Smooth relationship and trust-building take time to develop and nurture. time, perseverance and patience would be required for the first time and subsequent collaborations with the same experts, stakeholders, and farmers might be smooth and easier.