Problem: Clinical and social facilities greatly benefit from academic partnerships, and universities can find huge opportunities in community partnerships. But different finances, organizational cultures and competencies mean that serious work is needed to create a winning collaboration.
Solution: Haig et al’s success in both private sector and academic program management along with our expertise in organizational behavior and strategic planning can bring systems together from a leadership level.
Approach: We help build the internal programs and relationships with academic institutions that create effective, sustainable partnerships. Our special skills in mentoring new researchers are especially important if community organizations are to succeed in academic partnerships.
Read about our work:
- Successful major funding from the NIH, NIDRR, Robert Wood Johnson foundation, insurers, research think tanks and others
- Award-winning funded research from a rural community base
- Credited for mentoring research leaders and department chairs on 5 continents
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