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New! Introducing Partnerships Playbook

a suite of consulting services for college and university presidents and senior leaders

from Dorothy Air & Jim Woodell

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Today’s college and university presidents and other senior leaders are expected to demonstrate the economic and societal impact of the learning, discovery, and engagement activities at their institutions. Because higher education institutions can’t address this expectation in isolation, partnerships are necessary for delivering high impact outcomes.

Partnerships with industry, communities, and government at all levels can create great value. They can also be fraught with challenges: cultural disconnects, contrasting core mission or goals, leadership engagement, development of trust, alignment of expectations, regulatory and legal differences, resource allocation, and many others.

We’re here to help college and university presidents and senior leaders develop and sustain partnerships to realize their full potential while avoiding the pitfalls. Partnerships Playbook strategies are based on new and innovative models and related best practices, and they also set the stage for you to develop new models and establish your leadership in the field.

 

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Free online #ResearchImpact Summit from @resimpacademy starts this Sun 4pm US Eastern. My session—Impact as Value Creation, A New Model—at 6:35 p.m. Sunday, viewable for 72 hours. Glad to see @SciPolGuy on the program too. Attendees at #ssh19 take note! https://t.co/48f0K2LRwi

Excited to be exploring societal impact of #socialscience and #humanities at #ssh19. @aaas’s Alan Leshner noted that it used to be frowned upon for researchers to care about the impact of their work. But we can no longer afford the luxury of purely disinterested research.

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