Over the past years, Modis has acquired ample experience in facilitating and managing multi-stakeholder collaborations developing innovative products and solutions in life sciences. Although such collaborations often yield important outcomes, it often proves challenging to make project assets maximally accessible and reusable for future endeavors. Establishing sustainability of project assets is important, as it will typically lead to:
- Increased return on investment: By actively planning for project asset sustainability, any investment made in one project will yield outcomes that can be leveraged by other projects;
- Cost reductions: By making assets maximally reusable, costs related to rework and even duplication of effort can be avoided;
- Competitive advantage / Efficiency gain in future endeavor: By having access to a wide variety of assets that are ready for reuse in new projects, project teams can get a head start and start to deliver quicker and more efficiently;
- Societal impact: By making project assets more widely available, the wider community can reap the benefits of the efforts delivered, and leverage those assets towards their innovations.