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Who Should Attend
All HR Professionals, Senior Managers, Business Professionals and Leaders seeking to gain a solid understanding and knowledge of the key areas of effective Strategic Partnership.
How strategic partnerships are approached and optimised is increasingly key for global companies. They have become "integral" to state and business affairs, and commonly available statistics refer to an average of 10,000 alliances formed each year worldwide. Entire public services and industries now depend on partnerships to operate, improve performance, accelerate growth and innovation and reduce risks and costs – making strategic co-operations the vital ingredient in achieving success. Yet, strategic partnering today is a 'hit and miss' process that fails far more times than it succeeds.
Studies report that over 70% fail over time and less than 10% deliver to original expectations.
If a large proportion of strategic partnerships fail, what does it take to ensure success? Adapted from Strategic Partnering by Luc, Raphaël, and Guillaume Bardin, the presentation reviews the approach to building fully productive, mutually beneficial strategic partnerships. Take the guesswork out and learn the tools you need to master the most crucial skill in business world today.
You will be introduced to the system of rules and processes, to make your partnering strategy a vitally important and transformational reality.
Stuart Wells is Head of Business Development, Manchester Business School. He is an experienced commercial director with a strong interest in promoting collaborative working as a means of achieving sustainable partnerships between universities and organisations. He has a demonstrable track record of building successful strategic partnerships through having worked with a wide range of global organisations over the last 12 years.