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Strategic Collaboration

Developments in the outside world are undeniably rapid. A world characterized by global challenges, further digitalization and increasingly complex social issues.


In addition, our business environment is undergoing a transformation in which the emphasis is increasingly on network organizations and organizations that mobilize around critical issues. The issue is leading. 


This in combination with further automation, such as fully automated chains, requires more intensive collaboration with strategic partners.

As an organization, you can prepare yourself well for this by adopting an open, entrepreneurial and sustainable attitude focused on inclusiveness.


The journey.


Many collaboration initiatives fail at an early stage due to the cultural differences between the partners. If collaborating with internal departments under the same roof is already a challenge, one can imagine that collaborating with different partners in a chain collaboration is even more challenging.

Within complex cooperation issues, it is of great importance to nurture the development of a mindset in which professionals think from integral solutions and can act in more complex fields of interest.

Strategic collaboration is an organizational competency that allows you to continuously improve the effectiveness of your internal and external collaborations so that they continue to make an optimal contribution to the ambitions of your organization.

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The strategic collaboration program guides professionals through a learning journey where they actually experience what it is like to be able to collaborate better with internal and external partners. They learn to realize common goals in a constructive way and to develop the relationship into a new form of partnership. Your organization will work more efficiently because internally it will be quicker to coordinate how important issues can be tackled integrally with key partners.



The Partnership Allignment Program creates a great dynamic and development in the collaboration.


By gaining concrete insight into the perceptions and attitudes of the partners and how these affect the performance of the collaboration, you are actually able to take constructive steps.


It leads to more stability and unity in the collaboration where people are more focused on achieving shared ambitions.

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