Indiana CTSI-IU Kelley MBA Business Management Assistance Program seeks applications
Nov. 7, 2013
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute is seeking applications from cores, resources and units who need business planning assistance.
All cores, resources and units that provide a central service to investigators at Indiana, Purdue and Notre Dame universities are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to proposals that will lead to improvements in organizational efficiency, speed of service and/or quality, or have the potential for their solutions to be applied to other cores, resources or units. Multiple proposals may be submitted.
For selected projects, MBA student teams from the IU Kelley School of Business will work with core leadership during the 2014 spring semester. As part of the eight-to-12-week engagement, the selected core will be expected to engage with the MBA students for initial product scope, additional follow-up or onsite meetings and a final project close-out. The MBA students will contribute 30-60 hours (depending on the project scope, number of team members and course credit assignment) to the project progression in turn.
Applications are due 5 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 20. More on this program and access to the application are available online. Log in using your institutional username and password. Application instructions are under " CTSI - IU Kelley MBA Business Management Assistance - 2013.11 (CBM)."
To learn about this program or access the application form, visit http://www.indianactsi.org/grants and log in using your institutional username and password.
Application instructions are under "CTSI - IU Kelley MBA Business Management Assistance - 2013.11."
For more information, contact Lilith Reeves, chief technology officer for the Indiana CTSI, at email@example.com.