Friday
Feb242012

2012 Learning Program Catalog: New Catalog, New Courses

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We’ve just released our 2012 Course Catalog and it includes three new courses that reflect the ways in which alliance and collaboration management is finding its place in the business world. We offer these learning programs to be shaped and customized to meet your unique needs.

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Thursday
Dec012011

Portfolio Evaluation Tools

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Try these tools to create a value/complexity profile for your portfolio of collaborative relationships and calculate the Return of Collaboration. Also included is a template for an alliance management workplan focused on the three major types of value effective alliance management delivers: financial, risk management and alliance effectiveness.

Tuesday
Nov082011

Presentation: Mastering your Portfolio of Collaborative Relationships

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Learn to evaluate collaborative relationships based on their management complexity and potential value.

Use the analysis to develop a collaboration management work plan focused on improving alliance effectiveness, increasing value realized, and reducing risk.

Monday
Aug012011

Designing the Enterprise Capability for Managing Collaborative Relationships

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Within many companies today, there is fresh thinking about the management capability they need to succeed with alliances and collaborations. Those that haven’t yet adopted the discipline are starting and those that have, are refreshing their practice. Common among them is taking an enterprise view of collaborative relationships and consciously developing a capability that is aligned with a broad portfolio of relationships.

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Monday
Jan102011

How Alliance Management Delivers Value: Moving Beyond Best Practices

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Alliances and other forms of collaboration are an integral component of strategy. In some companies, they account for more than 50 percent of revenues and new products. Entire business processes are being entrusted to partners. As a result, it has never been more important for an organization to manage these relationships well. The costs of not doing so, which can include arbitration and litigation, stalled development efforts and lost time to market, as well as an inability to compete for desirable assets, are simply too great to ignore.

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