An agreement or a relationship in which two or more parties work together (co-labor) on a task of mutual interest.
a group of two or more organizations working to achieve a common goal
cooperative; working with others on a project.
k[5lAb[reitiv / adj. involving two or more people working together to achieve something
Systems and software that enable group participation in a problem or process. Collaboration systems supply methods for group definition, common technology, interaction and followup, and present a common situation view to all participants while enabling faster problem resolution.
One definition of collaborate is to work together in a joint effort. The term "collaborative" is applied to real-time interactions, groupware, shared information spaces, file sharing, advanced monitoring and management, supply chain integration, etc. In the context of eBusiness, we call a process "collaborative" if it allows real-time, electronically-enabled business interactions. Collaboration allows supply chain partners to make joint decisions by sharing information real time and/or interacting on-line using a solution that allows interactive information/knowledge exchange.
a quality improvement method that shares ideas on how to improve care and makes health care professionals part of a network of experts and fellow learners
a systematic approach to health care quality improvement in which organizations and providers test and measure practice innovations and share their experiences to accelerate learning and widespread implementation of best practices
accomplished by collaboration; cooperative; as, collaborative effort of industry and the universities. Opposed to competitive.
accomplished by collaboration; "collaborative research"
a creative enterprise specializing in branding, strategic research, product planning, graphic and interface design
An effort by two or more charities to combine their services, typically for a specific project. The term may also refer to efforts by grantmaking foundations to pool their grant resources.