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An extension of the patronage of His Majesty the Sultan for the private sector, Sharaka was launched in April 2013 to enable the sector to play its role as an active partner in the social and economic development of the Sultanate.

Cambridge Leadership Consortium (UK)

The Cambridge Consortium consists of key organizations and university institutes from the world-class innovation ecosystem in Cambridge, UK. The consortium includes St Johns Innovation Centre, The Institute for Manufacturing, the Moller Centre and the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

Collectively, the consortium works with global organisations, governments and NGO’s to support collaborative leadership in a wide range of sectors and initiatives.

The program is designed and delivered by the Cambridge Consortium, which includes:

St Johns Innovation Centre

Europe’s first Innovation hub, created by St John’s College, Cambridge University in 1987. With significant experience in giving practical support and training to public sector and private sector innovators across the world.

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Institute for Manufacturing (IfM)

As part of the Department of Engineering within the University of Cambridge, the IfM has an extensive track record in developing leaders to take key roles and value generation in the context of 4IR technologies.

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Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

This globally renowned Institute advises, trains and supports leaders in corporate, government and international bodies to develop business models and policy approaches that are sustainable and effective into the future.

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Moller Institute, Churchill College (MICC)

The Moller Institute is a world-class, residential leadership development centre with extensive experience in enabling leaders across the globe to develop the cognitive, behavioural and emotional skills to lead through complex times.

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Emergenetics International

With their UK head office located in Cambridge, Emergenetics brings robust and contemporary brain science knowledge into the program and provides support that will underpin the success of the project teams within the program

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The Consortium brings the combined resources, experience and insight of partners within Cambridge University and the Cambridge Ecosystem, providing innovation realisation expertise in the evolving world of 4IR.