|ASAP Netcast Webinar Series|
The ASAP Netcast Webinar Series are a FREE member benefit featuring thought leaders in the alliance and collaboration profession who deliver in-depth analysis and how-to information on subjects most pressing to the professional. Each hour-long webinar delves into the challenges and solutions around both overarching topics related to alliance management, and even subjects specific industries and practices.
Netcast Webinars are scheduled monthly (see our calendar) and are archived in the Member Resource Library for ASAP members who miss the professional development opportunity.
See a selection of summaries from our recent powerful and educational webinars below and inquire about membership today!
August 25, 2016
Often a global alliance is managed region-by-region or country-by-country with little coordination or integration among the geographies. Building a truly globally-balanced partnership ensures diversification against risk should any one region's growth decelerate—and it requires a sophisticated level of skills to seamlessly operate amidst multilingual/multi-cultural/multi-currency/multi-regional and many other country-specific dynamics that are simultaneously fascinating and highly complex.
John-Marc Clark, CSAP
July 21, 2016
Too often when considering different distribution channels for products and services, companies emphasize direct distribution over other routes to market, without appropriate consideration of the costs and benefits of indirect alternatives. In this webinar Jessica Wadd, Principal at Vantage Partners, and Sam Stewart, Consultant at Vantage Partners, will outline an approach to developing distribution strategies that focuses on identifying the best routes to fulfilling customer needs, irrespective of bias toward indirect or direct distribution.
June 8, 2016
Effectively managing alliances requires having reliable data to track certain key leading and lagging measures. They serve as guideposts and beacons to engage and align a single alliance team or the staff of an overarching alliance program around shared strategic intent, what will be done to achieve it, and how to get there. A successful metrics program promotes accountability and allows a common understanding to facilitate decision making.
Dennis Chapman Sr.