The Foundation Review Webinar:
Network Principles for Collaboration Success
May 7, 2013 | 1-2 p.m. ET | Online
Jane Wei-Skillern, Ph.D.
Adjunct Associate Professor at Haas UC Berkeley
Lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business
TFR subscribers and GEO members – Free
Non TFR subscribers – $35
Join Jane Wei-Skillern in a lively discussion of four counterintuitive principles for successful collaboration, including promoting others instead of yourself and managing through trust rather than control. Jane will be joined by sector colleagues who will comment on applying these principles in practice. This webinar is based on The Foundation Review
article, “Four Network Principles for Collaboration Success.” View the full article here.
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