Learning Collaboration in a Long-term Strategic Inter-organizational Relationship

By Jari Ylitalo, Kirsi Ziegler, Stina Immonen and Eerikki Maki.

Published by The Organization Collection

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The paper examines learning and development of collaborative practices in long-term strategic inter-organizational relationships. Especially factors promoting mutual learning between collaborative partners are focused.

Keywords: Interorganizational Collaboration, Strategic Partnership, Learning, Collaborative Skills

The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 11, pp.49-56. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.985MB).

Mr. Jari Ylitalo

Mr. Jari Ylitalo has done research on concurrent engineering, dynamics of multi-cultural R&D networks,organizational transformation, leadership and its development, and recently on collaboration dynamics. He is finalizing his doctoral dissertation on leadership development.

Kirsi Ziegler

Ms. Kirsi Ziegler works as a software consultant at Accenture. Previously she worked as a researcher at the Helsinki University of Technology. She has done research participated about communication in partnerships and communication networks in virtual organizations and networks.

Dr. Stina Immonen

Dr. Stina Immonen works as a leading researcher and teacher at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management. Her research interests are collaboration in company and innovation networks from the viewpoint of network management.

Eerikki Maki

Mr. Eerikki Mäki has been involved in several research projects on knowledge management and organizational networks. His forthcoming doctoral dissertation deals with knowledge management and knowledge processes in knowledge intensive organizations.


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