Collaboration with the Catalyst Consortium
We have the possibility to collaborate with the Catalyst Consortium. They have made it clear that they would like to work with us. This is an explicit conversation on the value of collaboration with them, and specific proposals around how we might go about that collaboration.
Proposal for discussion started here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+IshanShapiro/posts/GZbB9yDPdi5
Initial conversation and alignment with Frank & Benoit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Hs2rTLlqXw
Followup meeting Recap w/ Benoit: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+IshanShapiro/posts/iSgXUjtB8z6
Poll Created Fri 13 Dec 2013 11:44PM
Accept offer to collaborate with Catalyst Consortium Closed Mon 16 Dec 2013 4:00AM
This proposal specifically relates to a decision to state an 'intention of collaboration' and further discussion of what that collaboration/integration looks like, in response to the offer below:
"I heard you had a very interesting conversation with Benoit and Marc-Antoine last week. Apparently, your work on Metamaps is amazing. We would love to work with you on Assembl and Catalyst. I understand you will discuss with Benoit how to rapidly get involved in Catalyst's developments. Let us know how you would like to proceed on your side and I know that Benoit has clear ideas about how to integrate you in the development process.
Frank" (Imagination for People founder)
This proposal does not define scope nor specific integration and collaboration - this will be defined in further proposals within this discussion.
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3 of 8 people have voted (37%)
Fri 13 Dec 2013 11:53PM
A useful strategic alliance. Chance to work with high leverage partners. Potential for funding. Contextualization and positioning of our work.
I also keep in mind Ben's conservative perspective for future proposals in this discussion.
Sun 15 Dec 2013 2:59PM
This attempt to collaborate can be seen as learning opportunity. It can help us refresh our understanding of where we are, what our capabilities are and how we can grow from there.