The Collaboration Symposium

"If you’re thinking of crossing a sea, try working with the fish" (anon)

The Collaboration Symposium is a series of conversations and writings convened by The Social Capital in collaboration with Collaborate at Loughborough University London. The symposium focusses on surfacing and curating real world insights, thoughts and discussion around the many facets, intricacies and mysteries of the assumed process of collaboration, bringing together global leaders, trailblazers and all-round great people working in this space.

The Symposium will consist of five live conversations covering collaboration in the from the perspective of morality, culture and equality etc. as well as a range of written works on the topic, too.

The events will take place online via Microsoft Teams and are open to all.

Watch previous Collaboration Conversations

How to Collaborate with Loughborough University London - 8 December 2020

Collaboration as Culture - 2 December 2020

Collaboration to Bring Into View - 11 November 2020

Morality and Collaboration - 4 November 2020

Further details

The Collaboration Symposium is a joint initiative of Emeritus Professor aladin aladin (The Social Capital) and Ashley Gray (Collaborate, Loughborough University London). Co-produced by The Social Capital and Collaborate at Loughborough University London; curated by Emeritus Professor aladin aladin.

Emeritus Professor aladin aladin

Founder of The Social Capital; Visiting Academic/Fellow: Loughborough University London, London School of Economics, Imperial College London, the Royal College of Art, Cranfield University, Manchester University; Copenhagen Business School etc; Senior Strategic counsel Mayor of London, City of Aarhus, City of Berlin, Citibank, LVMH, Adidas, DEFRA, Peuple et Culture, Fogo Island Arts Corporation, Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Science Museum etc.

Ashley Gray

Learning Partnerships Manager at Loughborough University London, University's Collaborate Lead, 10 years strategic research and innovation at Progressive Sports Technologies Ltd and The Sports Technology Institute, including delivery of solutions to Umbro, Nike, Speedo, UK Sport for global renowned products and Olympic gold winning performances. Founder of h-works and Deep Health Creation alongside collaboration with National Centre of Sport and Exercise Medicine and NHSX.

Connect with Ashley on LinkedIn.