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  • 11 May 2017 5:27 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    ICW Operations Director David Hawkins appointed as chairman of the ISO Technical Committee (TC 286) for Collaborative Business Relationships to head the further development of guidance and application materials. Adrian Miller of NATS takes his place as Chairman of the UK committee.

  • 04 Apr 2017 9:42 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    Research Report coverICW is please to announce the release of the latest research project completed by Warwick Business School. The research was focused on identifying the attributes of an individual to be collaborative. The report was based on a series of in depth interviews and analysis by WBS team.

    Download the report (PDF, 1.71MB)

  • 08 Mar 2017 12:29 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    Collaborative Leadership MSc Module event photoLatest running of the ICW and Warwick University Collaborative Leadership MSc Module. Lively week with a cohort from across a variety of sectors including nuclear, defense, automotive, property management and security.

  • 02 Mar 2017 4:21 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    We are pleased to announce that the new International Standard for Collaborative Business Relationships has now been published by the International Standards Organisation (ISO) in Geneva. This marks a major milestone for ICW and the next evolution for collaborative working. The standard can be obtained via ISO and will shortly be available via www.shop.bsigroup.com. ICW is proud to have been instrumental in the development of this standard alongside BSI.

    The new Standard has been developed and harmonised with the High Level Structure for management standards making alignment and integration with other management standard, such as ISO 9001, much easier. It incorporates the life-cycle model from BS 11000 and introduces new elements to enhance collaborative working.

    If you are keen to understand the changes from BS 11000, are considering transition to the new standard or starting out and would like to get more information why not book onto the one of a series of one day events schedule by ICW in March and April:

    6th March - Arden conference centre, Warwick University
    8th March - The Lansdowne Club, London
    13th March - Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow
    10th April - Arden Conference Centre, Warwick University
    20th April - Cardiff Business School, Cardiff

    £350 non-members (£280 ICW members). Contact: Training@ICW.uk.com or Alan.Maund@ICW.uk.com to book your place.

    The ICW team lead by David Hawkins will be on hand to share details of the standard and address your questions.

  • 01 Dec 2016 10:35 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    ISO has introduced a change to the numbering convention for Management Systems.

    Hence the International Collaborative Working standard will carry the number ISO 44001 when it is published in the new year.

  • 21 Nov 2016 11:45 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    ICW's David Hawkins visits Portugal to deliver Key note address at AICEP Conference for over 100 business leaders on the value of collaboration.

    "We were privileged to have ICW presence which was of major importance for the success of this seminar. Your presentation proved to be very useful and met the expectations of the participants. This is what happens when the expertise from UK and Portugal get together to prove that new opportunities of business can come out of this meetings. Miguel Frasquilho, President AICEP."

    ICW Portugal is now firmly focused on promoting our thought leadership and supporting skills development in association with the University of Aveiro

  • 16 Nov 2016 11:11 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    The final voting for ISO 11000 has been completed and it was positive, which means the standard will go forward. However, there are a number of comments to be addressed with the International committee before publication.

    This is a significant outcome for Collaborative Working generally and for ICW specifically. The support/guidance from members of the ICW Management Board has been key to this decision.

    ICW will be holding a high profile launch event in March – details to follow.

  • 16 Nov 2016 9:47 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    We are pleased to announce that HS2 Limited has recently joined the ICW Executive Network and confirmed its intent to progress towards certification for BS/ISO 11000. HS2 is the largest infrastructure programme in Europe and represents a significant investment for the UK, so we are delighted that they have placed collaborative working as a core feature for its success and see the ICW community as part of its strategy to help build a legacy for industry. We look forward to supporting the HS2 team in their endeavours.

  • 25 Aug 2016 11:18 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    Shahrukh KazmiCongratulations to Shahrukh Kazmi, Lead engineer at Jaguar Land Rover, in gaining membership of the Institute (ICW) via the newly established academic route. As a member of the recent cohort to progress through the Warwick University WMG MSc course for Collaborative Leadership. His successful completion of the MSc module, developed by ICW in association with WMG, which is one of the nominated routes to membership we are delighted to recognise his achievement and welcome him as an individual member to the ICW community.

    As part of the vision for ICW the MSc module is seen as a key element in developing collaborative skills and introducing complimentary tools for the mangers of the future. This highly interactive week long module provides insight to the challenges of leadership in a collaborative environment. This elective course is part of the WMG Master’s programme and is a first to offer this both academic recognition and directly link to the Institutes membership programme. It is also available as a unique standalone opportunity to expand your understanding of collaboration and the alternative perspective to leadership for todays and tomorrows business leaders.

    The next course jointly delivered by ICW and WMG is schedule to run 7-11 November and we recommend it to those who want to build their portfolio of skills for the future. For details contact Malcolm.Wyatt@warwick.ac.uk or P.Connor@warwick.ac.uk.

  • 15 Aug 2016 11:54 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    Indra logoBS11000 enables new collaborative partnerships with UK and European customers in Digital Transformation

    BS11000 generates commercial, operational and financial value and efficiencies for Indra and their collaborative partners

    London, July 5th, 2016 - Indra is the first Spanish company to gain BS11000 certification for client, partner and supplier relationships identified and managed in the UK. The objective of this British Standard is to support the establishment and improvement of collaborative business relationships to ensure they are effective, optimised and delivering enhanced sustainable benefit to the whole supply chain. BS11000 is being developed into a new international standard - ISO11000, taking it to a global audience.

    BS11000 reinforces Indra's strong client orientation and facilitates access to new clients. Working together in partnership and co-investing with customers are essential pillars for success in Digital transformation programs. BS11000 focus on business outcomes facilitates setting and managing high performance collaborative arrangements including partnerships and alliances.

    BS11000 supports Indra with a management framework to establish and maintain effective processes across organization boundaries; to enable value creation and innovation in digital ecosystems and in large and complex technology programs. Its implementation helps to generate commercial, operational and financial value and efficiencies for Indra and our collaborative partners.

    Ramon Tarrech, Indra UK Director, said "We are delighted to have achieved BS11000 certification of our UK collaborative management system. Collaborative working has been a key driver for operations in the UK this year where we will commission several transportation control centres in ports, road tunnels and air traffic management."

    Gonzalo Gavin, European ATM Director, said "Indra's ATM business line is a good example of BS11000 effectiveness for on scope, on time and on budget deliveries. Collaborative working has been key to jointly developing and deploying the next generation of air traffic management systems with NATS and partners. In 2016 Indra systems will handle the airspace of Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland and will be extended to the whole En-Route UK Airspace at Swanwick Air Control Centre by 2019."

    Joanne Potter, UK Partnership Lead, said "We wish to acknowledge the key contributions during our certification journey from the Institute of the Collaborative Working for their advice and methodology training and support; NATS for sharing their experience gained in all stages of the BS11000 framework since 2006; and the BSI for their accreditation audits. We look forward to incorporating more relationships in Transportation, Telecoms, Banking, Energy and Defence & Security to the BS11000 community in 2017."

    About Indra

    Indra is one of the main global consulting and technology companies and the technology partner for core business operations of its clients businesses throughout the world. It offers a comprehensive range of proprietary solutions and cutting edge services with a high added value in technology, which adds to a unique culture that is reliable, flexible and adaptable to its client's needs. Indra is a world leader in the development of comprehensive technological solutions in fields such as Defense & Security, Transport & Traffic, Energy & Industry, Telecommunications & Media, Financial Services and Public Administrations & Healthcare. Through its Minsait unit, it provides a response to the challenges of digital transformation. In 2015 it reported revenues of €2,850m. had a workforce of 37,000 professionals, a local presence in 46 countries, and delivered projects in more than 140 countries.

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