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The Insider's Guide to Working with UniversitiesPractical Insights for Board Members, Businesspeople, Entrepreneurs, Philanthropists, Alumni, Parents, and Administrators$
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James W. Dean and Deborah Y. Clarke

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781469653419

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5149/northcarolina/9781469653419.001.0001

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Recommendations for Business and University Collaboration

Recommendations for Business and University Collaboration

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(p.137) 9 Recommendations for Business and University Collaboration
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The Insider's Guide to Working with Universities
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James W. Dean Jr.

Deborah Y. Clarke

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University of North Carolina Press
DOI:10.5149/northcarolina/9781469653419.003.0010

Business people have much to offer colleges and universities, because of the many similarities between the two kinds of organizations. They are used to managing budgets, devising strategies, responding to changing environments, and many other activities that are crucial to universities. It is the synergy between business perspectives and academic perspectives that has the potential to dramatically change universities for the better. This chapter provides specific recommendations for how businesspeople can more effectively help academic institutions though board service or other academic or administrative leadership roles. Also provided is a real-world example of public/private partnerships, the transition of UNC Student Stores to Barnes and Noble College, and leveraging these collaborations to implement change in higher education.

Keywords:   Differentiation and integration, Public private partnerships, Academic leaders, Faculty, Trustees, Onboarding, Sunshine laws, UNC Student Stores

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