|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!
November 2, 2016
The advent of the Partnering Everywhere world challenges organizations' fundamental assumptions about how they win. Winning through strong internal efforts is no longer sufficient. Organizations must abandon the "Not Invented Here Syndrome" and win through accessing innovation wherever it exists, refocusing their internal operating model to embrace the external, across the enterprise and many different types of partnering models.
Stuart Kliman, CA-AM
October 19, 2016
Designed to introduce participants to how the brain processes information, this creative thinking presentation will serve as an introduction on how people think and process information. Attendees will find out how a person can change their behaviors and thinking patterns to become more creative, learn creative thinking techniques, and how to start applying them within their day-to-day functions as an alliance manager.
Dr. Mick Carroll, PhD, MBA, CPA
September 29, 2016
The strength of any long-lived alliance is in its ability to execute in the field—in front of customers who purchase and consume services and amongst the sales teams that must implement initiatives and follow the established rules of the road. Maintaining alignment from corporate to field and between the partners requires alliance professionals to be proactive to ensure that the parties don't drift apart - or take each other for granted.