For Supply Chain Management and Outsourcing

(Advanced thinking about how to create great value in the Supply Chain Management)
These papers were co-written by Robert Porter Lynch and Steve Rogers, author of Supply Based Advantage:

 Collaborative Leadership, Colllaborative Capitalism, and the Economics of Trust

 Collaborative Innovation

 Complex Projects & Strategic Alliances

    Note: Robert has written four books on strategic alliances, including The Practical Guide to Joint Ventures & Corporate Alliances; Business Alliances, the Hidden Competitive Weapon; the Alliance Best Practices Handbook; and The Strategic Outsourcing Best Practices. These were a prelude to the architecture of a fully integrated collaborative system

  • Future Path of Mega Projects  by Professor George Jergeas & Robert Porter Lynch
    (first published by Go Productivity) (downloadable PDF)
  • Letter to Strategic Alliance Professionals after the 911 Attack
    by Robert Porter Lynch, ASAP Chairman
  • Joint Ventures -- Introduction by Robert Porter Lynch
    (First Chapter from Joint Ventures, Business Strategies for Accountants,
    published by John Wiley & Sons)
  • Notes on the Law of Compounding Risk
    Understanding how to handle complex interfaces (downloadable PDF file).


 For Entrepreneurs & Employee-Owned Companies

We have included a sample of a wide cross-section of articles, white papers, and unpublished documents by Robert Porter Lynch. Many will become the foundation of future books, webinars, and training programs by the Collaborative Leadership Institute.

As other authors join the Institute, their contributions will be important to furthering our Mission, Strategy, and capability to build trusted collaborative leaders across the planet.

The publications by Robert Porter Lynch are some of the components of a fully integrated system of collaboration. The pieces below are only a partial representation of the full body of work.

  Recent Presentations

The Great Hoaxes

During the 19th & 20th Century, the writings of several highly influential authors were selectively interpreted to validate the less-than-ethical behavior of powerful people. The unfortunate result was the generation a series of untrue “myths” (half truths linked to half lies, disguised as the truths).

Because most people simply never check the validity of the “authority,” the myth becomes perpetuated, and further ingrained society’s deepest belief systems, accepted as truth, which, in turn, erroneously guides thousands of decisions and actions every day.

Here are three hoaxes, that when we dug under the surface, were terribly erroneous:

Building Trusted Leaders1

New Ideas & Pace-Setting Practices
for a Bold New Future

 Foundations of Cross Boundary Collaboration


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