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Partnership Maturity Evaluation Matrix
from deck Go To Market Strategy Template Plan (PPT format)

Partnership Maturity Evaluation Matrix Slide

Slide Content:

  • Strategic: How well aligned are the partners' strategic goals? (5 words: alignment of strategic goals)
  • Buy-in: How committed are the partners' leadership and employees to the partnership? (6 words: commitment of leadership and employees)
  • Branding: How visible and cohesive is the partners' branding? (6 words: visibility and cohesion of branding)
  • Customers: How well do the partners collaborate to serve their customers? (6 words: collaboration to serve customers)
  • Resources: How effectively do the partners share and utilize their resources? (6 words: sharing and utilization of resources)

Graphical Look:

The slide uses a simple and clean design, with white text on a blue background. The text is arranged in a table, with the criteria listed in the left column and the partner names listed in the top row. The matrix cells are colored green, yellow, or red, depending on the maturity level of the partnership for each criterion.

The following icons can be used:

  • A green checkmark icon, representing a high maturity level.
  • A yellow triangle icon, representing a medium maturity level.
  • A red X icon, representing a low maturity level.

The Partnership Maturity Evaluation Matrix is a useful tool for assessing the strength and maturity of a partnership. It can be used to identify areas where the partnership needs to improve, and to track progress over time.

Where to Used This Slide:

  • Partnership planning: The matrix can be used to identify the key areas that need to be addressed in order to develop a successful partnership.
  • Partnership assessment: The matrix can be used to assess the current state of a partnership and to identify areas where improvement is needed.
  • Partnership development: The matrix can be used to track the progress of a partnership over time and to identify areas where further development is needed.
  • Partnership communication: The matrix can be used to communicate the status of a partnership to stakeholders, such as senior leadership, employees, and customers.

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