Collaborative culture

A culture of collaboration ensures that information and best practice are shared to drive effective use of digital skills to support leadership, learning and business processes.

Related objectives

Leadership and management

  • Effective collaboration

    Senior leaders and managers foster a culture of collaboration (within the organisation, and with other partners), enabling the effective use of expertise and resources to manage and improve the use of technology.

Curriculum delivery and assessment

  • Innovative approaches Shared objective

    Staff are empowered to explore experimental and innovative approaches to digital learning, to evaluate and reflect on the outcomes, and to share good practice and lessons learnt.

Widening participation and learner support

  • Partnership working

    Partnership working, including with specialist organisations, is used to support digital inclusion, accessibility and learner wellbeing.

Employer and community engagement

  • Workplace skills

    Digitally-enabled learning delivery is designed to reflect industry practices and an awareness of current and emerging requirements for digital skills in the workplace.

Staff development

  • Community participation

    Staff enhance and update their digital competence through active participation in communities of practice, events and networks, both within and beyond their own organisation.

Enterprise systems and infrastructure

  • Collaboration

    Collaboration with other organisations on digital technologies is encouraged to share information and expertise, avoid duplication, create efficiency savings, and address gaps in provision.