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There are new areas trending under Alliance Management with high pace and complexity. Partnering models are changing. The evolving landscape and making partnerships successful requires specialized skills, dedicated resources to manage the relationship and a focus on jointly creating value.
Strategic partnerships draw from each other's areas of strength to create opportunities to maximize value.
The ASAP Mid-Atlantic Chapter will bring together a panel discussion to share how organizations today innovate through partnering - engaging in joint strategies while leveraging each other's capabilities and expertise.
The panel of colleagues from a diverse set of alliances and experiences will share their insights on:
- what works
- how it works, and
- what lessons can be drawn to continually raise the bar on partnering
You will hear varied perspectives and experiences on best practices and innovative ways in managing successful collaborations.
Join us on February 10th for a networking breakfast and panel discussion. Please consider inviting your colleagues who contribute to managing your alliances.
Jarrod Borkat, Senior Director, External Partnerships & Collaborations, MedImmune
Helen Montag, Senior Director, Business Development & Corporate Partnerships at Johns Hopkins University
Linda Yaswen-Corkery, Ph.D., Business Development & Alliance Director for the Office of Research & Development, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Scott Pagendarm, Vice President, Pipeline Management, MedImmune
Michael J. Tarlov, Ph.D., Chief, Biomolecular Measurement Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology
8:00 am Registration and Networking Breakfast
8:30 am Panel Discusson
10:00 am Networking/Coffee
10:30 am Program Ends