Building Trust, Loyalty, Sustainability and Scaleability of Knowledge Networks for Medicine 4.0 & Care 4.0 through our MEDICINALE.Club Alliance System towards HEALTH 4.0 – TOGETHER FIRST. In Europe and beyond.

INPUT: “Strategic Alliances are particularly important in today’s highly competitive and increasingly complex global markets. Alliances are used to share costs, conduct collaborative research, mitigate risk, grow product pipelines, expand geographic boundaries and profit from the blending of industries which continue at an accelerated pace. One of the recurrent challenges with strategic alliances is how to design and implement the correct governance platform and supportive organizational structure. Developing, implementing and maintaining a suitable alliance form is a key factor for strategic alliance success.” 

Source out of the Forword by the “Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals” for And-Pieter de Man in his book

ALLIANCES – An Executive Guide to designing successful Strategic Partnerships”, published by John Wiley & Sons, 2013 

Other Sources: 

  • The Alliance – managing talent in the networked age by Reid Hoffman, Co-Founder and Chairman of LinkedIn, Harvard Business Review Press, 2014
  • Strategic Alliances : Three Ways to Make Them Work (Memo to the CEO), Steve Steinhilber, Harvard Business Press, 2008
  • Ecosystem Edge: Sustaining Competitiveness in the Face of Disruption, Around De Meyer and Peter J. Williamson, Stanford Business Books, 2020

Building an international MEDICINALE ALLIANCE SYSTEM together follows the some principles of our MEDICINALE.Club Networking Strategy on the Level of Institutions:

  • Multi-sectoral
  • Multi-stakeholder
  • Silo-free
  • Profit
  • Non-profit
  • Govermental
Key features of past transformative- and convergence-processes to generate scaleable medical and scientific resources:

Upon reflection on past projects to generate biological resources that have proven transformative in biology in the test of time, the following features emerged:

  • A comprehensive approach to a fundamental clinical and health sciences unit that can propel progress in thousands of laboratories on diverse problems

  • An audacious, but potentially tractable, scale

  • A technology landscape with rapidly decreasing costs and rapidly advancing capabilities

  • Intellectual flexibility in the community that allows goals to evolve

  • Commitment to quality control, with rigorous focus on quality and full transparency

  • International collaboration

  • A strong interdisciplinary leadership group that is chosen and led by scientists, medical professionals, leadership out of the health and hospital provider industry

  • Both larger centers and smaller groups contribute according to strengths and capacity

  • Development of a data-sharing infrastructure

  • Regular scientific and strategy meetings to bring the community together

  • Strong commitment to data sharing, with associated technical solutions: Synchronizing the Scaling of Technology and Solutions for the Quality Scale and Scale of Economics in parallel

  • Clear, inspiring communications for MD`s, Care Professionals, scientists, funders, and the public

  • Attention to ethical issues, such as global equity and privacy

  • Creating an international scaleable framework of values
  • Supportive funders

  • Breakthrough Alliances between Profit and Non-Profit Sector

Building and Managing Strategic Alliances

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