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collaboration

Working together on a project. See collaborative software, collaborative browsing, groupware and CSCW.
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Business collaborations exist within as well as among organizations which range from simple partnerships to complex and diversified multinational business organizations.
The collaborations we foster in our classrooms, in our writing centers, and in our field are not perfect and, as scholarship attests, are not without conflict.
(See "Karl Marx Warned Us Against the Apple Google No-Poaching Agreements," http://onforb.es/1AjyQFm.) The reference to Marx is a signal that collaboration may be entering an icy patch on the information superhighway.
and basically on of the main reasons for humans' civilization was the social collaboration. With the rise of population and passing the stone ages and reaching at middle ages and furthermore the renaissance, industrial revolution and also until nowadays which is the era of communication and intellectuality , the concept of collaboration is reminded in different ways.
One of the most likely issues to cause problems in collaborations relate to ownership of technology, and the rewards that stem from such ownership.
According to the National Network for Collaboration (1995), the benefits of collaborations include:
Managing intellectual property in inter-firm R&D collaborations in knowledge-intensive industries; Martin A.
These have included company acquisitions (UK Domantis Ltd for over $A 550 million, US company Avidia for more than $A360 million) and research collaborations (Belgian company Ablynx, collaborating with German company Boehringer Ingelheim in a drug discovery deal worth up to $A330 million).
Covert (1984) Evaluating Interagency Collaborations, Technical Assistance Development System, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (available through Education Resources Information Center [ERIC]).
Collaborative Librarianship is a journal that celebrates this spirit of collaboration, explores how librarians cooperate through their home institutions, and hopefully suggests new ways to work together to better serve our users.

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