Online Network Platform (ONP)

Online Network Platform - Step 2. 

 

 What are the organizations’ “Governance Styles” in the MRC Collaboration?

 

In organizations such as corporations and government agencies, governance is a structural component.

In collaborations, governance is a process.  For organizations to be successful in their collaborations, they need to know their “style” of governance and the “style” of their collaborators.  This helps them identify how their governance structure can enhance, not hinder, the governance process of the collaboration.

 

Interestingly, governance is also a cultural component of organizations, or somewhat of the organization’s “personality”.  To reveal this “personality” a governance style preference survey is completed.

 

Each MRC stakeholder that completed Survey #1 is sent a link to complete Survey #2; a ~30-question multiple choice survey that identifies the “governance styles and footprints” of individuals and organizations.

 

Dashboard Graphics will describe the number of individuals in the organization that took the survey, the actor types in the organizations (pie graph), and the governance styles (bar graph), and the location of the governance footprint (triad graph):

Organizations  

Actor Types

Governance Styles

Governance Footprints

What does the MRC Collaboration want to get out of Step #2?

  1. 300 completed surveys (required to go to Step #3)

  2. Stakeholders learn about their and others governance “preference”.

  3. Stakeholders understand how organizational structural governance can help or hurt collaboration’s process governance

  4. Buy-in, support and funding to enable the MRC to proceed to Step #3

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