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NE Chpt - Alliance Management as a Profession – Skills, Competencies
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Alliance management has established itself as a primary component of successful partnerships. This highly visible position relies on a diverse set of skills adept to managing the interest of all parties, and at all levels and functions. Dr. Jeffrey Shuman, Professor of Management at Bentley University and Principal of The Rhythm of Business will moderate our panel as they discuss the evolving skillset, as well as the resources available for skill and career development.

1/31/2017
When: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Charles River Accelerator and Development Lab
675 West Kendall Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts  02142
United States
Contact: Michelle Gardner


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Alliance management has established itself as a primary component of successful partnerships.  This highly visible position relies on a diverse set of skills adept to managing the interest of all parties, and at all levels and functions.


Dr. Jeffrey Shuman, Professor of Management at Bentley University and Principal of The Rhythm of Business will moderate our panel as they discuss the evolving skillset, as well as the resources available for skill and career development.


Certain skills and competencies build a foundation on which one can successfully enter and perform their job as alliance manager, both at the individual level and the group level, ensuring the strategic mission of the partnership is being fulfilled.  Often an industry, or a particular business model, will require adoption of a focused set of skills.  This framework can help transform inexperienced alliance managers to ones with greater proficiency, leading to more career options.   

What you will learn:

  • Foundational skills recognized by recruiters
  • Specialized and soft skills necessary for career advancement
  • How one can progress to an Alliance Management role from another area of their company
  • What areas alliance managers are recruited from
  • Various career paths and where alliance managers can move to                                                        

    Please consider inviting your colleagues who contribute to managing your alliances

Moderator

Jeff Shuman, CSAP, PhD, Principal, The Rhythm of Business and Professor of Management, Bentley University
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Panelists

Mark Coflin, CSAP, Head of Alliance Management, MBA, Corporate Planning & Program Management, Shire
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Mike Leonetti, CSAP, President & CEO, Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals

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Marc Silber, Founder and President, Crossover Consulting Group, Inc

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Agenda

6:00 - 6:30 pm    Registration, networking and refreshments
6:30 - 8:00 pm    Program
8:00 - 8:30 pm    Networking
 
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This is a great opportunity to catch up with your alliance management colleagues, enjoy a light dinner and come away with actionable ideas.

The ASAP New England Chapter would like to thank  Charles River Laboratories for hosting this event.

For more information email us at info@strategic-alliances.org or call +1-781-562-1630