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About the course
Building high-performance digital ecosystems and partnerships
Learning how to collaborate with partners and build ecosystems is one of the most critical, yet underdeveloped, skills of executives in the 21st century.
Indeed, many industries are being disrupted by digital technologies and the arrival of the 4th industrial revolution. This trend will only accelerate in the coming years. You can chose to transform your business on your own or go in together with partners. Such collaborations will help you acquire new digital skills, build new business models - such as digital platforms - and harness the power of ecosystems.
However, collaborations are often difficult because they involve companies in different industries, established business and start-ups as well as public and private sector firms.
Building Digital Partnerships and Ecosystems will introduce how to navigate the shifting landscape of digital technologies, help you understand which partnerships your business needs to win in the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution and how you can become a better partner.
How you benefit
- Understand the key drivers of digital transformation
- Learn how to build high performing digital ecosystems
- Discuss how to build new digital opportunities with your existing partners
- Understand how to introduce the key elements needed to design and build digital platforms
- Develop skills in alliance portfolio building
Who should attend
Building Digital Partnerships and Ecosystems is designed for senior executives and general managers who want to learn how to collaborate with partners and develop the skills needed to build ecosystems. It can also be valuable for members of the boards of directors, whose job increasingly shifts from ensuring compliance to challenging top management’s growth and transformation strategies.
Trust the experts
Nathan Furr is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, where he teaches innovation and technology strategy. Nathan earned his PhD from the Stanford Technology Ventures Program at Stanford University and holds BA, MA and MBA degrees from Brigham Young University. He has held permanent or vis...
Andrew Shipilov is a Professor of Strategy and the Akzo Nobel Fellow of Strategic Management at INSEAD. In 2014, Professor Shipilov received a prestigious Emerging Scholar Award from the Strategic Management Society. He is an expert in the areas of strategy, innovation, and networks. His current ...