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Hi Jim,

I have created the final write-up and ended up removing some of the controversial stuff. From my research, it appeared that the universities felt those points could impact their neutrality and hence reputation. Also in the "Ideas to Implement" section I am assuming the Corporate Relationships Team will be responsible for some of the governance/oversight related work. Thanks again for all your pivotal suggestions. It was great to get your insights. :-)

Best,
Shruti

True. :-) 

I have removed 2 points from the original write-up - 1) Preference to company employees who apply for advanced or executive courses at the university. For example, extra credits to boost chances of admission for MBA candidates from a partner company. 2) Professors help in content marketing through positive reviews in journals and publications.

As per the inputs obtained from interviews, Universities are reluctant to provide these 2 benefits as they feel these could adversely impact their neutrality and reputation.