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Just as Leo Tolstoy taught that every happy family is alike, research shows that every successful collaboration shares common traits. It is these characteristics - in culture, processes and the use of information technology (IT) - that set value-creating collaborations apart from the ordinary routines of co-ordination and co-operation in corporate life. The idea that some forms of collaboration create more value than others is not news. Phrases such as open innovation, mass innovation, co-creation and distributed creation were all invented to distinguish projects that pay big economic and organizational dividends in today's business environment.
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