Relationships and Partnerships: With Whom?

There are a number of relationships for us to consider, including:


  • existing professional associations: how can we help each other without competing? exchange membership lists, discount each others' dues, etc?
  • private sector: aside from sponsorships, can we help them by, for example, matching student or new IAs to their projects at low or no consulting costs? (perhaps this would be more appropriate to offer to non-profits)
  • academia: how can we enlist their support?
  • consulting agencies: what are their needs from the IA community, and what are they prepared to offer in exchange?
Although we may not have concrete proposals for each of these communities, the more important thing is to initiate conversations with each. The sooner the better.

Posted by Louis Rosenfeld at October 04, 2001 06:15 PM
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I'm still trying to figure out how we can get IA as a topic associated to the business school world. One way to get in is to find out the case writing process for topics associated with Internet Economy/ E-commerce/business/etc. Another topic that may be of interest in the business school world is information management/knowledge management/information systems.

Once you can set the buzz in HBR...I think that would be the ultimate in executive level awareness.

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