Masterclass: Managing Teams on Complex Global Partnerships
- 17 August 2017 at 6:00 pm – 17 August 2017 at 6:00 pm
- Monash University, Level 7 271 Collins Street Melbourne, VIC 3000
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Humanity has big ambitions. From the large Hadron Collider to the Melbourne Metro Tunnel, teamwork is required to make these ambitions succeed. Huge, complex, global projects require people to collaborate across countries, organisations, and time zones, transforming the nature of teamwork. But how do we adjust, and what will it take to effectively work in and lead these teams?
This Masterclass explores the challenges and opportunities of the new global teamwork, and how you can lead the next generation of teams to realize their big ambitions.
Dr. Martijn van der Kamp is a scholarly teaching fellow in Leadership and Executive Education, Monash Business School. He received his Bachelor’s (BA) degree in International Business and Management from Rotterdam University, a Master of Science (MScBA) degree in Business Administration from the Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus University), and his doctoral (PhD) degree from the Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne.
Dr. van der Kamp has been a visiting scholar at Harvard Business School, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of New South Wales Business School and a Senior Fellow at the Melbourne Business School. As a researcher and consultant, he has worked with teams on the design and implementation of teamwork and partnership strategies in industries such as shipbuilding, offshore software development, and HR outsourcing. He was a strategic sourcing and partnership consultant for Kirkman Company. His work regularly features at international conferences and has received awards from The Academy of Management, The American Psychological Association, and the International Association for Conflict Management.