collaborative

Definitions

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  • adjective accomplished by collaboration; cooperative. Opposed to competitive.

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  • adjective Of, relating to, or done by collaboration.
  • noun management An organized group of people or entities who collaborate towards a particular goal

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  • adjective accomplished by collaboration

Etymologies

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collaborate +‎ -ive

Examples

  • We looked into what I term collaborative investments about 5 years ago and concluded that the concept was flawed – mainly due to the long time series needed for each participant.

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  • The term collaborative consumption is used to describe the cultural and economic force away from 'hyper-consumption' to re-invented economic models of sharing, swapping, bartering, trading or renting that have been enabled by advances in social media and peer-to-peer online platforms

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  • The term collaborative consumption is used to describe the cultural and economic force away from 'hyper-consumption' to re-invented economic models of sharing, swapping, bartering, trading or renting that have been enabled by advances in social media and peer-to-peer online platforms

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  • The term collaborative consumption is used to describe the cultural and economic force away from 'hyper-consumption' to re-invented economic models of sharing, swapping, bartering, trading or renting that have been enabled by advances in social media and peer-to-peer online platforms

    General Aviation Needs A Zipcar Of The Air - Wheels Up - The business of aviation - Forbes

  • The term collaborative consumption is used to describe the cultural and economic force away from 'hyper-consumption' to re-invented economic models of sharing, swapping, bartering, trading or renting that have been enabled by advances in social media and peer-to-peer online platforms

    General Aviation Needs A Zipcar Of The Air - Wheels Up - The business of aviation - Forbes

  • They do this through education, facilitation and what they term collaborative strategic planning.

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  • MICHELE NORRIS, host: Since 2005, the One Laptop per Child program has promised to bring what it calls collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning to children in poor countries.

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  • And TV is what you call a collaborative enterprise, so there ` s a lot of people involved.

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  • The organization is working with IBM's Business Consulting Services Group and Perfect Commerce on what it calls collaborative sourcing.

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  • The organization is working with IBM's Business Consulting Services Group and Perfect Commerce on what it calls collaborative sourcing.

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  • A collaborative is a body of people working together to get results. Implied is that a result cannot be achieved or can better or more eaisly achieved achieved. Implied is that those in the collaborative have reached an agreement on a common result.

    May 23, 2009

  • It seems to me that people often confuse collaboration (a process)with a collaborative (group of people) They are collaborating but not really a group.

    Also, it seems to me that the common goal/result in practices often gets lost.

    May 23, 2009

  • Is collaborative a noun or an adjective?

    It seems that your major definition is for a noun and your major sentences for an adjective.

    May 23, 2009