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1. CS-Mode©

  In many cases, stakeholder management is defined by a rather limited point of view integrating just a small number of stakeholder groups. Everything beyond that is considered too extensive and complex. This happens when stakeholder management is determined by effort not by opportunities: both potentials and important learnings get ignored - which are vital, though, when it comes to innovation processes, generating knowledge and dealing with complexity.

Focussing on internal and external stakeholders, the CS-Mode© supports integrating and structuring different stakeholder perspectives and points of view. As such, "CS" stands for Common Space, an eco-system which respresents a common space for thinking and acting. Following clearly defined steps to be taken, this caters to identifying potentials and creating opportunities.


2. Cooperatement©

  Cooperatement© is an approach to create and implement cooperations and collaborations effectively. Cooperatement© helps to connect organisations or ventures and their competences, knowledge, and capabilities in the best suitable way.

Building the strongest leverage possible, it aims at creating advancement and novelties based on quality growth. Thereby, proceeding on common grounds but staying independend is an important rule all partners can build on. The degree of both unity and independence is subject to each individual agreement. That is why Cooperatement© is based on 4 principals:

 1. Matching
 2. Added Value
 3. Impact
 4. Balance

Cooperatement© offers a process and a set of several instruments covering both cultural and organisational as well as performance-oriented aspects. This way, various strengths get united and build a win-win-win-situation.