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We had a fantastic session at the 4th Plenary of the Community of Practice on Better Co- and Self- Regulation.
The 4th meeting of the Community of Practice for better self- and co-regulation (CoP) took place today. How did it go, what are your thoughts?
Quite interesting article on essential principles of success in cooperative voluntarism.
One of the key conclusions of the 2nd CoP plenary meeting is that the issue of having the process right from the very beginning is a crucial factor for success. The principles are essential but non-sufficient on their own and their pragmatic application must be enhanced.
Modern data analytics and decision-making techniques can benefit the regulatory process just as they have benefitted almost every business sector and industry.
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You are invited to confirm or add elements, and provide views and comments on the set of identified success factors of self- and co-regulation activities, listed in the attached document.
To get the discussion going - and provide some scope - could EU definitions of "Self- and Co-regulation", as well as "social dialogue" and "standardisation" be posted of the CoP forum/ website?
Open method of coordination (OMC) is primarily about encouraging cooperation, exchange of best practices, agreeing common targets and guidelines among Member States. Commission plays a coordination role.
Regarding cloud, everybody is talking a lot about develop new certification schemes suitable for cloud services, but would they be enough?
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This is useful, even if it does not mean that a strict application of the model could be practicable, but it is inspirational and I see it linked to the importance of "attitude" in the success of SR/CR actions, as underlined by
Starting from my experience in the educational psychology, I suggest that can be useful to take into account also the "metacognitive level" in implementing an efficient SR/CR approach.
Quite intetresting article on essential principles of success in cooperative voluntarism. We should surely build on these in our various multistakeholders partnerships.
We invite you to have a look at the document "The relationship between CSR and SR/CR - Memo for the CoP", which sets out the Chair's approach to the definition of SR/CR, and the