Let us help you secure your major project outcomes with effective, high value collaboration.
What can we achieve together that we couldn’t do alone? Identify your strategic collaboration needs and partner attributes. Many collaborations will not require accreditation to the BS11000 standard. However, the principles and processes it sets out can help everyone benefit from growth opportunities, cost reduction and shared resources.
Trust, problem-solving, innovation – move from faking it to making it. When the dust settles and you actually have to work collaboratively in an alliance or with partners, there may remain very different interpretations of what collaboration looks like. Our approach will help you understand your impact on others and how to collaborative effectively.
Increase effectiveness and reduce delivery risk. The simplest and most compelling way ever to get alignment from the client’s goals right through the supply chain to final delivery. Establish the primary goal for the work, agree milestones and develop communication, collaboration and trust among the team members.
If you get it wrong you’ll get it right next time. Done well, lessons are one of the greatest sources of value for current and future projects. The problem is that these sessions are often superficial and the follow through process to secure benefits is weak or non existent. This workshop is organised to tackle those issues and create future value.
What are Collaborative Business Relationships?
In collaborative business relationships you make an active choice about partnering with another business or organisation. Quite simply, sometimes you need more or different capability, or it makes sense to share risk, in order to deliver your goals or a specific project. Doing this well involves having strategic clarity for why collaboration is necessary, choosing the right partner(s) and how knowing how you will work together, and measuring performance of both the business results and the relationship. BS11000 is used in some sectors where collaboration benefits from being systematic and accredited. The principles of collaboration, however, can be applied to every organisation.
What is Results & Stakeholder Value Planning?
RSVP is a highly participative planning meeting involving the project delivery team and if at all possible key stakeholders drawn from the main client and down into the supply chain. In two days or less we take the group through a dynamic goal focused process that maps out the milestones for achievement. Engagement of the team and stakeholders means that the result is better understood and communicated. It means that potential risks and issues are raised and dealt with collaboratively. When we wrap up the session, the client not only has a plan but has also built collaboration and trust within the project.