The COMETS project is using the methodology of Consortium Benchmarking to understand how can collective action initiatives contribute to the energy transition and how can they get better in doing so. If you are participating in this project or if you have heard about it, you may be interested about this methodology. What does it consist on? How is it implemented? What is the added value of this method? Is it working well?
The method is going to be implemented between December 2020 and spring of 2021 so soon we will be able to share how it went. Meanwhile, if you are interested about the method you can start by having a look at the Consortium Benchmarking Methodology Guide available online in the following link (https://www.acqnotes.com/Attachments/Consortium%20Benchmarking%20Methodology%20Guide.pdf) or you can also check the literature bellow.
If you want to know more let us know.
Best wishes for a year of 2021 with good investments in energy transition,
1. Schiele, H.; Krummaker, S. Consortium Benchmarking: Collaborative Academic–Practitioner Case Study Research. Journal of Business Research 2011, 64, 1137–1145.
2. Brown, S.; Goldwyn, R.; Groenewald, H.; McGregor, J. Conflict Sensitivity Consortium Benchmarking Paper. Working Draft, March 2009.
3. Nguyen, N.T.; Silver, M.; Robinson, M.; Needleman, B.; Hartley, G.; Cooney, R.; Catalano, R.; Dostal, J.; Sama, D.; Blankenship, J. Result of a National Audit of Bariatric Surgery Performed at Academic Centers: A 2004 University HealthSystem Consortium Benchmarking Project. Archives of Surgery 2006, 141, 445–450.
4. Brueck, T.; Riddle, R.; Paralez, L. Consortium Benchmarking Methodology Guide. 2003, 44.
5. Prescott, J.; Herring, J.; Panfely, P. Leveraging Information for Action: A Look into the Competitive and Business Intelligence Consortium Benchmarking Study. Competitive Intelligence Review: Published in Cooperation with the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals 1998, 9, 4–12.