Developing a Culture of Enquiry

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The Learning and Enquiry theme in PIEs 2 is about how - and what - services and their staff think about the service itself. Cntral to this is the development of an attitude, within the organisation, towards responding to challenges and building upon its strengths .

*NB: the current contents of this page is an excerpt from 'The Book of PIE', one of the 'Other writings' : HERE


Developing a Culture of Enquiry

culture of blame

culture of adherence


promoting reflective practice and action learning, local sector engagement, even where possible in generating widely sharable evidence of effective practice.

user involvement and co-production ( see notes on language)

Further links and background

Psychological awareness ; HERE

  • Empathy and emotional intelligence : HERE
  • Approaches and techniques : HERE
  • Psychological models : HERE

Training and support : HERE

Learning and enquiry : HERE

  • Reflective practice : HERE
  • A culture of Enquiry : HERE
  • Sector engagement : HERE
  • Evidence- generating practice : HERE

Spaces of opportunity : HERE

  • The built environment : HERE
  • Networks and surroundings : HERE
  • Pathways, systems and system coherence : HERE

The Three Rs : HERE

  • Rules and procedures : HERE
  • Roles and relationships : HERE
  • Responsiveness : HERE


Where are relationships in PIEs 2.0? : HERE

A lived experience view of PIEs : HERE

What's the Big Idea?  : HERE

From PIEs 1 to PIEs 2.0 : HERE

Will there be a PIEs 3? : HERE

The Three Rs : HERE

The Cynefin framework (video) : HERE