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coopetition

(COOPEration compeTITION) Cooperation between competing companies. In the information field, coopetition means settling on standards and then developing products that compete with each other using those standards.
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By using co-opetition to both push and help public school systems operate in different and better ways--and by sharing their lessons with policy advocates--education entrepreneurs can be a powerful force for catalyzing broader change in public education.
Co-opetition describes business as not war, not peace, but this something in between it calls co-opetition in which competitors cooperate to increase the size of the pie and compete to divide it.
As an incumbent in the marketplace, how would you view this move using the elements of co-opetition and its game theory?
Co-opetition, that '90s state of cooperative competition, is spreading among newspaper web sites.
So it's probably not an entirely bad idea to see a little more co-opetition in markets like Los Angeles and Seattle (though it does make me uncomfortable as hell).
Supplier co-opetition is prevalent throughout the market, with partnerships forming key components of solution strategies
For sell-side brokers, executing off-exchange through crossing networks and ATSs eliminates paying exchange fees, allows them to capture part of the spread while still giving price improvement to their customers and furthers co-opetition with exchanges and other brokers through multi-broker efforts launched in 2006, such as LeveL, a new non-quoting ATS, and the BIDS (Block Interest Discovery Service) ATS.
MSN), coupling anew in some areas (mainly ads) and uncoupling in others (mainly editorial) as they try to find a new co-opetition equilibrium that works.
Co-opetition in the mobile world: partnerships to access large corporations versus head-on confrontation for SMEs
Co-opetition, single supplier contracts and new alliances are being formed.
Anhalt University's Dr Cornelia Scott spoke on the role of the supervisory board in German corporate governance and Dr Frank Himpel made a presentation on strategic co-opetition in international context.
Co-opetition and technological innovation in small and medium-sized enterprises: A multilevel conceptual model.