How could a Management KTP help your business?

After a period of such unprecedented change, businesses are re-thinking the way they operate.

Management Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (MKTPs) are here to help, linking  businesses with specialist academic teams to apply the deepest thinking to the newest challenges. 

MKTPs are all about expanding management expertise, introducing more effective business processes and adopting better, smarter ways of working to increase productivity and sustainability.

This webinar tells you all you need to know about how MKTPs work, how they could help your business, and how to apply for one. You’ll also hear from businesses already engaged in MKTP.


What are Management KTPs?

MKTPs are dynamic, three way collaborations linking a business with expert academics to solve a strategic management challenge.

Taking a wide view MKTPs support projects across all core business activities, from marketing to IT, design to strategic management; HR to employment relations; finance to logistics, sales to supply chain. 

MKTPs are transformative. They’re not about quick fixes; they’re all about holistic change to adapt to new challenges and develop deeper resilience. MTKPs last from 12 months to three years.

MTKPs are built on the highly successful Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) model – the UK’s longest running knowledge exchange programme – which has a 45 year legacy of success driving innovation, through academic collaboration, in over 14,000 UK businesses.

What the Webinar will cover:

The webinar is your chance to discover

  • How MKTPs work
  • What the specific opportunity is for businesses that may wish to participate in a Management KTP  
  • Case Studies from organisations currently engaged in MKTP
  • Management areas covered by the mKTP 
  • The types of businesses most likely to benefit from participating in a mKTP
  • The application process

As well as hearing from the KTN’s highly experienced Knowledge Transfer Advisers who support every KTP project, you’ll hear from businesses currently involved in a MKTP project.

Join us for a comprehensive guide to MKTP and how to apply.



Fiona Nightingale, KTN, Senior Knowledge Transfer Adviser

Richard Lamb, Innovate UK, KTP Programme Manager

Jody Chatterjee, KTN, Knowledge Transfer Adviser

Mark Lynch, KTN, Knowledge Transfer Adviser


10.00am Welcome by the host – Fiona Nightingale, Senior Knowledge Transfer Adviser, KTN

10.05am Introduction to mKTP – Richard Lamb, KTP Programme Manager, Innovate UK

10.10am About mKTP – Jody Chatterjee and Mark Lynch, Knowledge Transfer  Advisers, KTN

10.25am Case Studies x 4

10.35am Q&A session

11.00am Close


Management KTPs are funded by the UK Government Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) through Innovate UK.

KTN is a delivery partner of the programme via its network of 31 specialist Knowledge Transfer Advisers.

Funding of up to 67% of the cost of the MKTP is available to businesses. Funding competitions are open throughout the year. Find out more here. 


Want a quick overview of what MTKP is?

Watch Knowledge Transfer Adviser, Mark Lynch’s introduction.

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