You get free consultancy; Manchester MBAs get a life-changing experience.
Whether you are a small community group looking for support with a fundraising campaign, or a larger company looking at sustainability issues, the MBA not-for profit project will give you the tangible, actionable results you need to develop your organisation - and, typically, you don't need to pay a penny.
More than 200 hours of intensive work from five MBAs.
An average of five days support from a world-class tutor.
A consultancy project worth £10,000 in equivalent consultancy fees.
To discuss your requirements today email firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 1 - Agreement in principle to undertake a project.
Step 2 - Develop project brief
Whether you have clearly defined objectives and deliverables, or just a vague idea of the issue you need addressing, we can help you develop a brief that will give you the outcome you want.
Step 3 - Submit your brief
We will choose the most appropriate student group for your particular business needs. Wherever possible we will try to match the students' professional and/or personal background to your organisation's aims and requirements.
Step 4 - Begin your project
It is up to you how much time you commit during the project but we recommend regular dialogue to check the team's progress and discuss any issues. The more time you put in, the better outcome you'll get.
Step 5 - Get the results
Your student team will present the outcomes of their research to you. This will be followed up with a formal report. You will be asked for your feedback on the project as part of our commitment to continually improving the project for future clients and students.
Schedule and time commitment
|Early July||Agree brief and submit to Alliance MBS||4 hours|
|Early September||Meet/brief team||2 hours|
|September-November||Project completed||1 hour per week|
|Mid November||Final presentations||2 hours|
|December||Receive final report|
Recent clients include:
Action for Sustainable Living
Big Life Group
Foundation for Peace
Henshaws Society for Blind People
Intensive Care Society
National Football Museum
People’s History Museum
Prison Advice and Care Trust
Royal Commonwealth Society
"The students produced two excellent pieces of research. I found them to be thoroughly professional in every respect and it was a great pleasure to work with them. Their work will be of great value to the museum."
Take the next steps
Discuss your recruitment requirements: 0161 275 6584