Seminar 04P - Achieving the Impossible Through Partnerships and Alliances
PLEASE NOTE: Separate registration and fee is required to attend this seminar.

Monday, October 09 | 2:00PM–5:30PM | Room A118/119
Session Type: Professional Development
Partnerships and alliances leverage the talents of many to accomplish an important goal not otherwise achievable, or not achievable in a cost-effective way. Their formation and ongoing support, however, can be time-consuming, costly, and risky. This seminar will cover critical success factors in building successful partnerships and alliances and will present numerous case studies of such collaborations within higher education. Group exercises will be used to analyze the potential for success of collaborations under consideration and define strategies to reenergize existing ones. Participants are encouraged to bring specific cases on which they would like input.


  • Shirley Payne

    AVP for Information Security, Policy & Records (Retired), University of Virginia
  • Martha Sites

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