Universities work by enabling talented people to connect with one another so that they can collaborate and co-create knowledge based value.
This simple premise is often made more complicated by the size and complexities universities themselves, by an increasing focus on globalisation and by new collaborative technologies.
Responding to the challenges posed by digital disruption and how to make change happen in complex environments, universities are increasingly focusing on building their collaborative leadership skills and capabilities.
It is becoming essential for leaders to adapt their collaborative leadership styles in order to capatilise and build on existing collaborative practices, developing new relationships which open up new collaborative possibilities.
Working in collaboration, University of Nottingham together with University of Birmingham have developed the ‘Making Change Happen through Collaborative Working Programme’ series of events which aims to equip senior and operational leaders across both universities with the tools, skills and insights to collaborate more effectively across complex environments in an increasingly digital age.
One-day Conference - 19 June 2017
Making Change Happen Through
Masterclass - 13 September 2017
Collaborative Leadership Within Your Organisation
Masterclass - 22 November 2017
Collaborative Leadership Between Organisations