webinarWednesday, July 22, 2020

Coopetition with Partners

Join Vantage Partners’ Jessica Wadd and Jonathan Hughes on July 22nd at 12:00pm eastern to learn more about how alliance professionals experience coopetition, strategies for managing it, and its impact on performance.

Coopetition – collaboration with another company while simultaneously competing with them – is increasingly pervasive. Unfortunately, many organizations fail to maximize value from their alliance relationships and/or incur unnecessary risk because they fail to employ effective strategies for managing coopetition.  According to our research, 28% of respondents say their companies are “very effective” at managing coopetition, 50% say “somewhat effective,” and 11% say “not effective.”  Another 10% report their companies do not engage in coopetition.

Join Vantage Partners’ Jessica Wadd and Jonathan Hughes on July 22nd at 12:00pm eastern to learn more about how alliance professionals experience coopetition, strategies for managing it, and its impact on performance.

In advance of this webinar, please consider answering five short questions about your experience with coopetition here: Vantage Partners Coopetition Pulse Survey

Jonathan Hughes is a founder and partner at Vantage Partners, where his practice focuses on business strategy and organizational transformation.  Jonathan has worked with leading global companies and state-owned enterprises across a range of industries, to develop and implement new strategies that leverage enhanced collaboration – across internal organizational boundaries, and with external business partners.  Jonathan Hughes is a graduate of Harvard University.

Jessica Wadd is a Partner at Vantage Partners, where her practice focuses on helping companies maximize the value of collaboration in their most critical alliance, customer, and supplier relationships.  She frequently leverages ideas from the fields of behavioral economics and game theory to help clients develop practical approaches for improving their businesses through partnering. Jessica has worked with clients across a broad range of industries, including high-tech, manufacturing, financial services, life sciences, healthcare, and professional services.  Jessica holds an MSc in Behavioral Economics from the University of Nottingham as well as BAs in both English and Economics from Bryn Mawr College.

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