Integrated collaborative governance approaches offer solutions to the evermore complex urban transformations that cities are facing. The move from top-down processes towards a network typology that is more horizontally organised supports higher levels of participation by creating trust and cross-boundary engagement. Nonetheless, decision-making processes should not be moved to the most horizontal state possible. Instead, a middle-ground governance of shared responsibilities with clear roles represents the typology that is most adapt at fostering positive transformational change. Read the full paper to learn more about integrated collaborative governance approaches, including practice examples from the CLEVER cities project and their governance typologies.