Next steps?

Indicate what interests you!

Think about what business model(s) fit your organization. If you would like to collaborate differently, what strategic and concrete challenges do you foresee?

Choose the model that suits you below and fill in the challenge you foresee.


In-depth 2-day workshop

Wim Steenbergen has written the book “Outsourcing development & Life-cycle management”, based on his experiences as an entrepreneurial alliance manager in the manufacturing industry.He has developed a course that includes the fit analysis and total cost of ownership for the purpose of chain collaboration.

Mail Wim Steenbergen

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Strategic session

First get clarity on whether chain collaboration is something for the organization? Organize a strategic session with the MT. As a college, we can offer support.

Use a student for a concrete problem

Is there a concrete problem within the organization or do you need to make a fit analysis? Put the problem on paper: reason for problem, objective and research question and submit this via afstuderen-fhbent-bmkb@fontysl.nl to Yvonne Kirkels.

Setting up Fieldlab Chain Collaboration

Starting a pilot about chain collaboration is possible, we as an University of Applied Sciences can support this by supplying teachers or students.

Below is a questionnaire you can fill out based on your perspective. The count goes as follows.

  1. Strongly disagree
  2. Disagree
  3. Somewhat disagree
  4. Neutral
  5. Somewhat agree
  6. Agree
  7. Totally agree