Welcome Note

Welcome to the official website of the Colorado Collaboration Organization which is designed for businesses in CO to collaborate easily. If you are looking to collaborate with a business partner, then you will need our help and you can find it here on the website.

About Us

If you want to know more about us and the history that we have, then you are in the right place. Let’s start off by talking about the first days, we have been founded over a decade ago and we have been very successful since. Of course, most of the success didn’t come from us sitting and not doing anything, we have worked really hard and give our best just to get to a level that we are now

Our Job

Our job is to provide collaboration between various Colorado Organizations such as Palmer Lake Recovery and others in the Colorado area. We work with a variety of local companies to help them collaborate with other local organizations. 
You are COORDINATING.
“Coordination is characterized by informal relationships that exist without any commonly defined mission, structure, or planning effort. Information is shared as needed, and authority is retained by each organization so there is virtually no risk. Resources are separate as a reward.” 
Some examples of coordination include:
Exchanging information
Making referrals
Email or online cross-promotion (e.g., listing another organization’s events on your website or including its announcements in your emails.)
Having coordination is crucial if you want to have a healthy working relationship with your partners and other business owners. 
Coordination may also describe many partnerships that operate on a contractor/contractee basis. In these relationships, one organization is usually responsible for all leadership, accountability, and decision-making roles. The relationship is usually one of fee-for-service; the contractor is responsible for providing funds to pay their partner(s) for their role(s) in the project.

1.You are COORDINATING.

You are COORDINATING. “Coordination is characterized by informal relationships that exist without any commonly defined mission, structure, or planning effort. Information is shared as needed, and authority is retained by each organization so there is virtually no risk. Resources are separate as a reward.” Some examples of coordination include: Exchanging information Making referrals Email or online cross-promotion (e.g., listing another organization’s events on your website or including its announcements in your emails.) Having coordination is crucial if you want to have a healthy working relationship with your partners and other business owners. Coordination may also describe many partnerships that operate on a contractor/contractee basis. In these relationships, one organization is usually responsible for all leadership, accountability, and decision-making roles. The relationship is usually one of fee-for-service; the contractor is responsible for providing funds to pay their partner(s) for their role(s) in the project.
“Cooperation is characterized by more formal relationships and an understanding of compatible missions. Some planning and division of roles are required, and communication channels are established. Authority still rests with individual organizations, but there is some increased risk to all participants. Resources are available to participants and rewards are mutually acknowledged.”
You have to be ready to cooperate with your partner, if you don’t, then that partnership will lead to nothing but failure.
Some examples of coordination include:
Several agencies providing different services to the same family
Developing a community-based coalition to address a need.

2. You are COOPERATING.

“Cooperation is characterized by more formal relationships and an understanding of compatible missions. Some planning and division of roles are required, and communication channels are established. Authority still rests with individual organizations, but there is some increased risk to all participants. Resources are available to participants and rewards are mutually acknowledged.” You have to be ready to cooperate with your partner, if you don’t, then that partnership will lead to nothing but failure. Some examples of coordination include: Several agencies providing different services to the same family Developing a community-based coalition to address a need.
“Collaboration connotes a … durable and pervasive relationship. Collaborations bring previously separated organizations into a new structure with full commitment to a common mission. Such relationships require comprehensive planning and well-defined communication channels operating on many levels. Authority is determined by the collaborative structure. The risk is much greater because each member of the collaboration contributes its own resources and reputation. Resources are pooled or jointly secured, and the products are shared.”
Collaborating is just as important as cooperating. The partnership will not work without collaboration between the two of you.

3. You are COLLABORATING

“Collaboration connotes a … durable and pervasive relationship. Collaborations bring previously separated organizations into a new structure with full commitment to a common mission. Such relationships require comprehensive planning and well-defined communication channels operating on many levels. Authority is determined by the collaborative structure. The risk is much greater because each member of the collaboration contributes its own resources and reputation. Resources are pooled or jointly secured, and the products are shared.” Collaborating is just as important as cooperating. The partnership will not work without collaboration between the two of you.

Testimonials

Here you can find some of the feedback that our previous users have left us, this is an honest review of our services, so you can see what you are getting if you choose us.

Ronald

 

“Working with another person was something that I was really afraid of because I always though it will go wrong and ruin my business, but with some professional help from Colorado Collaboration I was able to create one of the best partnerships.” Steve Peterson

Mickey

 

“Having a partner was a dream of mine for a very long time, but then I saw this professional organization called Colorado Collaboration who seemed like a really good investment and option at the time, now I have a really good partnership.” Mark Morris

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