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02.17.21 | Innovative Ways to Establish Collaborative Partnerships with Industry

There is increasing pressure on all universities to increase the volume and depth of collaborations with industry. This can be challenging, especially where universities are in competition with each other. This webinar will present a case study that will demonstrate how the University of East Anglia has taken a novel approach to increase collaborations both locally and nationally, and provide specific tools and techniques that can be applied in any setting. The case study is also underpinned by three theoretical frameworks drawn from the UK and US which will be evaluated, thus providing a basis for audience members to transfer the subject of the webinar to their own local environments. The webinar will address not just the work undertaken but also address what worked well and what didn't, how the approach can be developed further and the skill-sets required for success. The three frameworks which will be covered are: Tomas Coates Ulrichsen's Capabilities for Knowledge Exchange, UK, The Corporate Engagement Process from Network of Academic Corporate Relations Officers (NACRO) and the Partnership Continuum developed by Wayne C Johnson, Former VP for University Relations as Hewlett Packard (HP).

Knowledge Level: Basic

Individual Registration:
Member Price: $99
Chapter/Non-Member Price: $165