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Stages of Collaboration1

There are various ways to conceptualize the stages/degrees of collaboration and teaming:

Coexistence

Communication/

Networking/

Forming

Cooperation/ Storming

Coordination

Partnering/ Norming

Coalition

Collaboration Merging

Coadunation/ Unifying/ Transforming

Transform and Adjourn

Norm and Perform

Storm and Order

Assemble and Form

Gajda Model (2004)

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Peterson Model (1991)

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“Networking”

Hogue Levels of Community Linkage Model (1993)

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Bailey and Koney Model (2000)

Groups exist with no collaboration among them

Getting to know one another and their tasks

Sharing common-alities and differences

Developing common ground and a plan of action

Working together to implement, monitor and evaluate the plan

When plan is complete, make a decision to continue as a team w/ new issues or reconstitute the team

1 Bailey, D. & Koney, K.  (2000). Strategic alliances among health and human services organizations: From affiliations to consolidations. (Abr. ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Gajda, R. (2004). Utilizing Collaboration Theory to Evaluate Strategic Alliances American Journal of Evaluation, 25, (1),  65–77.

Peterson, N.L. (1991). Interagency collaboration under Part H: The key to comprehensive, multidisciplinary, coordinated infant/toddler intervention services. Journal of Early Intervention, 15(1), 89-105.

Hogue, T. (1993). Community-based collaboration: Community wellness multiplied. Bend, OR: Chandler Center for Community Leadership. Retrieved April 21, 2004, from http://crs.uvm.edu/nnco/collab/wellness.html

Frey, B.B., Lohmeier, J.H.,  Lee, S.W., & Tollefson, N. (2006). Measuring collaboration among grant partners. American Journal of Evaluation, 27 (3), 383-392.

Collab & Coord notes for TA&D  10-15-081

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