By Monica E. Oss Over the past week, we've discussed economies of scale – some the reasons that being "bigger" may be better (see How Big Is Big Enough? all members and Economies Of Scale 101 all members) and when to consider collaboration in the planning process (see Where Does 'Big' (& 'Collaboration') Fit In Planning? all members and The Disruption Of Strategy all members). And, if you've made the decision that some type of collaboration is an essential ingredient to where you want to be in the future, the next step is navigating the collaboration process itself. Here are 10 guiding principles to…
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