Ten Ways to Energize Research Organization Collaborations


Energizing Research Organization Collaborations Research collaborations that extend across organization — universities, hospitals, independent research institutes, national labs, companies, etc.— require a certain amount of activation energy and continuing attention and management in order to maintain and increase return on investment. This is especially true if the research organizations are geographically separated from each other — for example, in different cities, states, or countries. This white paper presents 10 ways to energize research organization collaborations...

1. Connecting individuals

2. Facilitating flow

3. Seeding partnerships

4. Developing proposals

5. Managing the collaboration

6. Sharing decision making

7. Co-locating researchers

8. Investing at the interface

9. Broadening the collaboration

10. Coordinating major pursuits

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Topics:  Collaboration, Hospitals, Laboratories, Nonprofit Research Organizations, Return on Equity, Universities

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