Strategic Partnering Across Borders: Graduate Degree Programs and Initiatives

2 September 2020 | Online

Strategic Partnering Across Borders: Graduate Degree Programs and Initiatives

In the fragmented business education market, no single player is big enough to make a lasting impact alone. Partnerships, well prepared and executed, pave the way to broader reach, visibility, and access to resources. In our digitally disrupted and networked new world, reach and impact are multiplied exponentially when business schools become a node in a network of diverse stakeholders where for any challenge and opportunity, they can both offer and receive a solution. Join us for this webinar and hear from two seasoned industry leaders as we explore best practices in different global contexts. You’ll learn about different partnership models, the importance of defining a clear and customized strategy, how to choose the partners that best fit with your goals and values, and how to leverage your network to its maximum potential.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the benefits, limitations and costs of partnerships
  2. Describe the different forms of partnerships and their respective impact on your operations
  3. Identify the interactions between a well-defined institutional strategy and its execution through strategic partnerships
  4. Identify best practices towards successful and sustainable partnerships through managing global meeting places (on-line and off-line interactions)

Webinar Session

Wednesday, 2 September 2020 | 6:00 - 7:00 am (EDT) | 12:00 - 1:00 pm (CEST) | 6:00 - 7:00 pm (SGT)

Who Should Attend

This webinar is for deans, associate deans, department heads, unit managers and anyone else involved in the management of business schools or leading transformation. It is also open to faculty and staff who are interested in learning about forming and sustaining successful partnerships in a business school ecosystem.

Space is limited! Register now!


This webinar will be delivered using Zoom Meeting.

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