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8 characteristics of a transnational network

- 1. It gathers partner organisations, from different States and different working areas.

- 1. It gathers partner organisations, from different States and different working areas. - 2. Has common objectives materialized by concrete projects. - 3. An organisational structure that does not need legal statutes; EC does not require a legal structure for the organisation of a network. - 4. Gathers the necessary competencies and expertise necessary for the success of the project -5. Equal...

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- 1. It gathers partner organisations, from different States and different working areas. - 2. Has common objectives materialized by concrete projects. - 3. An organisational structure that does not need legal statutes; EC does not require a legal structure for the organisation of a network. - 4. Gathers the necessary competencies and expertise necessary for the success of the project -5. Equal positioning should be given to each partner Acting within a network aims at organising a group of actors without any line of authority which is hard to define and to apply. - 6. Is coordinated by a unique common project leader in charge of all the follow-up of the project in front of the EC. A European network is a useful tool that should enable all its members to work in the European dimension. It is essential to know its real implementation in the European area and its ability to be used by its different members. - 7. The big diversity of its environment A multinational network is an organisation that has also to deal with problems of financial management and human resources triggered by the specific background of the cultural, linguistic, economic and social diversities of the European Union. Its ability to bring a European added value is therefore directly conditioned by the quality of its management. - 8. Its strength: the weakest element The operational ability of a network is not only the one of its most active partner(s) (particularly its co-ordinator), but rather the one of its weakest one (s). So you must take the point of view of the less powerful members into account to appreciate the reality of the multinational network. In a chain, it is the weakest element that determines its strength.

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