Sign up for a Collaborative Capability Check-up invitation.

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You will be sent an invitation email to the address you provide. Make sure to enter your email address correctly and if you haven't received an invitation within 2 hours check your spam folder before trying again.

Once you complete your Check-up you'll be directed to your report.

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What is the Collaborative Capability Check-up?

The Collaborative Capability Check-up is a first step towards collaboration excellence and has been developed by the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals (ASAP) in conjunction with New Information Paradigms (NIP), who are also providing the underlying software.

It will give you a first indication of how well-developed your organization’s core collaborative capabilities are, including with respect to:

  Compliance to the ISO 44001 Business Collaboration Standard.
  The application of best practices described in ASAP’s Handbook of Alliance Management.

You will be asked to assess your organization on 20 value-producing attributes that are pertinent to providing an organization with a solid foundation for collaboration excellence. For each attribute, you will be asked to assess the extent to which your organization demonstrates the best practice description given.

Upon completion, your input will be used to generate a summary report that contains:

An overall Collaborative Capability Score

Three relative strengths

Three relative areas for improvement

References to Sections of the ASAP Handbook and ISO 44001 standard

for more complete information on the areas for improvement (up to 3 per area)

Options for next steps

When the necessary participation threshold is reached, you will also receive a benchmarking report.