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Session 105
Improving the Partnering Capability: From Self-Assessment to Action

Doctors have a standard assessment to check the health of patient. A mechanic has a standard assessment to check the 'health' of our car. Why is it that Alliance Managers do not have a standard assessment they can use to check the health of their organizations ability to partner? Well no need to wonder why anymore!

The Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals in collaboration with New Information Paradigms are proud to announce the Partner Capability Assessment Platform (PCAP) which has been derived from international standards for business collaboration:

Come join us in this highly interactive workshop as we learn about the PCAP: Individual, Team, and Enterprise. In particular, this workshop will provide hands-on experience for Partnering Professionals by using the PCAP - Individual License – which is free for any individual – to help diagnose their organization's ability to partner. Attendees will then employ the Plan, Do, Check, Act process to collaboratively derive an action plan for an identified area for improvement as indicated by the PCAP.

Note: This session is only for those attendees that are serious about improving their organization's ability to partner!

Speaker:

Parth Amin, CSAP
Founding Principal
Alliance Dynamics, LLC

Parth Amin, a Certified Strategic Alliance Professional from the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals (ASAP), recently founded Alliance Dynamics – a boutique consulting firm focused on empowering organizations to successfully leverage collaborative business relationships. Parth understands the discipline required to obtain value from collaborative relationships and leverages his strategic and tactical expertise to provide the necessary services to help his clients achieve successful collaborations.

Prior to founding Alliance Dynamics, Parth spent 15+ years in the Healthcare Industry holding a variety of pivotal roles domestically and internationally where he was responsible for defining the alliance strategy and the execution which included architecting and implementing a variety of alliance structures such as co-development, co-opetition, and partner programs. He has led alliance initiatives with partners ranging from startups to multi-national conglomerates during his time at Siemens Healthineers, Varian Medical Systems, Omnicell, Vision RT and has successfully leveraged alliances to achieve his organization's objectives.

In his spare time, not only he is a volunteer soccer coach but he also volunteers to advance alliance management as a profession and an organizational competency by serving on the leadership team for the Research Triangle Park Chapter for ASAP and by being an active member of the US Technical Advisory Group developed an international standard for business collaboration (ISO 44001:2017).