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School of Education. Networking and collaboration Case Studies from Oman and Georgia. Case Studies. Oman Lengthy involvement but slow progress Renewed intervention – building up relationships on the ground and institutional profile Capitalising on alumni

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School of education

School of Education

Networking and collaboration

Case Studies from Oman and Georgia


Case studies

Case Studies

Oman

  • Lengthy involvement but slow progress

  • Renewed intervention – building up relationships on the ground and institutional profile

  • Capitalising on alumni

  • Current position – strong presence and range of development projects

Georgia

University of Georgia (Athens)

  • Aligning of mutual interests

  • Study abroad and research collaboration

  • MoA, joint research symposium, Study Abroad Programme and joint RSE application - within one year


Oman getting to goal

Oman - Getting to Goal

Launch of MSc Organisational Leadership – April 2011


Networking and collaboration

Networking and collaboration…

Building relationships, building trust

  • Gaining and exhibiting cultural understanding and awareness

  • Being clear about objectives

  • Managing expectations

  • Involving alumni and nurturing them as ambassadors

  • Being protective of institutional reputation and communicating this

  • Using contacts and resources of British Embassy and Trade and Investment teams


Networking and collaboration1

Networking and collaboration

  • Injecting additional energy and resource at critical junctures

  • Follow up and follow through – emails / letters after meetings and completing and communicating agreed actions efficiently

  • Consistency – personnel and message

  • Listening

  • Persistence


Networking and collaboration2

Networking and collaboration…

  • Graciousness in receiving and giving hospitality

  • Communicating beyond email: telephone, Skype and frequent communication

  • Role of International Business Development Managers in supporting work on the ground – critical difference in how the two case studies have progressed.

    Building relationships, building trust


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