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The Partnerships Playbook is built on a model that includes both developing and sustaining partnerships for prosperity. The holistic approach ensures that efforts toward economic and community impact are undertaken in a prospective manner, always beginning with the end in mind.

In the Developing sphere, domains of service help your institution connect assets to needs, build mutually beneficial relationships, and set you and your partners on a path to success. In the Sustaining sphere, we are focused on ensuring that you can successfully build on the solid foundation you have established in your partnership strategy—managing resources, hitting targets, and fully understanding your impact.

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Next Tuesday, 10/27: Find out how to use data on your institution's research activities as part of your government relations efforts. Webinar from @UMich's @IRIS_UMETRICS featuring Kristina Ko, @UMichResearch government relations. https://bit.ly/2Ta0xBF

Tomorrow, 10/21, 1PM EDT: Don't miss the opportunity to hear from Jay Walsh of @UofILSystem and Jason Owen-Smith (@Jdos_WoT) of @UMich's @IRIS_UMETRICS on the impact of #COVID on U.S. research. https://bit.ly/2T9pX1Y

We at @UEDAorg are grateful for the support of @LemelsonFdn for our Ecosystems Design Network! We are applying the principles of design thinking to build stronger and more equitable #econdev ecosystems. Learn more here https://bit.ly/3d95P9q

Super excited for @UEDAorg #UEDASummit #EcosystemDay! We've got 23 #econdev ecosystems across 15 U.S. states working on stronger connections and equity. I even shed my quarantine wardrobe and got dressed up for the event! 👔 💼 😁

I’m excited to be facilitating a session for the upcoming @UEDAorg Digital Summit—Accelerating Ecosystems for Recovery. We’re going to explore how design thinking can help us create stronger, more equitable economic development ecosystems. Join us! http://jimw.guru/46

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