Managing Complex Strategic Partnerships
Winter School Elective:
Managing Complex Strategic Partnerships.
Monday 13 July 11am - 2pm
Tuesday 14 July 11am - 2pm
Wednesday 15 July 11am - 2pm
All session times are listed in AEST
Presenter: Mr Mark Berlage, Grad Dip Science & Technology Commercialisation, MEd (Adult Education), M Phil (Higher Education), Berlage Business & Educational Services; Research Partnerships Manager, Macquarie University
The benefits of highly collaborative research are widely accepted, and the involvement of a wide range of partners along with the globalisation of research is now commonplace. However, these complex partnerships need to be approached strategically, and managed carefully to ensure outcomes are achieved and risks minimised. This module will look at a range of potential strategic research partners including:
• International researchers and research institutions;
• Industry partners, with a focus on those with a vested interest;
• Indigenous and other culturally sensitive partners;
• At risk groups or communities; and
• Philanthropic partners, with a focus on tied investment.
This elective will help participants to identify and evaluate partnerships for both opportunities and risks, and provide insights on how these might be managed and communicated. Where relevant, current guidelines and legislation will be provided and discussed, and the political environment considered. Upon completion, participants will have an appreciation of a range of complex research partnerships in the organisation and how to manage these to support high quality research outcomes.
The Winter School has no formal pre-requisites for the electives featured in the 2020 program. The electives are intended for:
· Mid-senior level research management staff interested in developing a deep, practical understanding of the topics; and
· ARMFs - ARMS Accredited Research Managers (Foundation) or ARMAs - Accredited Research Managers (Advanced) seeking to broaden their practical understanding of the topics - Note: ARMFs and ARMAs can claim CPD hours if completing an elective.
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At the end of the workshop, participants will be invited to complete a non-compulsory assessment.
Those participants who wish to enrol in a future cohort of the Advanced Level Accreditation Program (ALAP) are strongly encouraged to successfully complete this assessment as this will count as credit towards the ALAP, provided enrolment commences within the next two years.
ARMS Members: $550 per elective (GST inclusive) - Price will be discounted in the Shopping Cart.
Non-Members: $650 per elective (GST inclusive)
CPD: Accredited members (ARMAs and ARMFs) will automatically accrue 8 CPD hours per elective.
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