K-MSG-L Notes 9 (17) - mutualbelievein,..Stagesof...

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mutual believe in, and tolerance of differing opinions. To collaborate is to “co-labor.” Stages of  Collaboration: A. High, needs close relationships, constant return of information, structured and  structured activities for cooperation to happen. Requires an advanced stage of believe in, within  the cooperation process, each party fulfills a successfully described role; comprehensive  preparing is required; management, sources, threat, and control are shared; and the important  connection extends over a relatively long here we are at common objectives. CARE DME-IS  GUIDELINES Web page  B. Method, less structured, around a few venture places or themes,  less formal and less guidance. C. Low, cooperation is had-oc, on occasional foundation on  particular venture places, informal and loose. Sychronisation. Sychronisation contains activities 
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