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Collaborative Insight November 2017 - ISSUE 43

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ICW Awards and Shortlist

The judging for the 2017 ICW Collaboration Awards is now complete and we look forward the awards event which will be on the 12th December in the House of Lords. Once again the quality and range of submissions gave our judges a real challenge and it was good to see submissions coming from outside the ICW Network.

Lord David Evans
Lord David Evans of Watford, Chairman of the Institute for Collaborative Working
Frank Lee
Frank Lee, BSI Director for Risk and Resilience
Dr Mehmet Chakkol
Dr Mehmet Chakkol, WBS Assistant Professor of Operations Management, Warwick University

Our thanks to the three Judges who spent many hours reviewing submissions and the short listed presentations:

Collaborative Pathfinder Award

For an Organisation that has shown both leadership and innovation in promoting and harnessing collaborative working approaches within its sector.

  • Wessex Capacity Alliance for its work to deliver enhanced capacity into Waterloo
  • NATS is at the forefront of a major transformational change through its Deploying SESAR programme
  • EMCOR UK Workplace Collective is a group of three leading consultancies collaborating with a Facilities Management

Public/Private Sector

For an outstanding Public Private Partnership relationship that has demonstrated exceptional performance and benefits realisation, through the effective use of collaboration.

  • S&C North Alliance, for its key role in improving safety, reliability, capacity and value for customers and stakeholders
  • Wessex Capacity Alliance and Network Rail to deliver a £400million programme of improvements at the UK's busiest railway station
  • Boeing's Information Services (BIS) and the Ministry of Defence's Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) organisation in the successful roll-out of the Base Inventory and warehouse programme

Industry Collaboration

For Collaboration between two or more industry partners representing an outstanding relationship that demonstrably highlights the benefits of collaboration.

  • Leidos & Lockheed Martin successfully entered into a Merger & Acquisition (M&A) activity in relation to Lockheed Martin's IS&GS business.
  • Northern Hub Alliance for its contribution to the rail industry's 'Great North Rail Project' as the biggest transport project in the north of England.
  • South East MFF for its collaborative working approach on the Kent Multifunctional Framework.
  • The Anglian Water's @one Alliance working together to deliver more than half of Anglian Water's capital investment programme.

Innovative Collaboration

Recognising innovative approaches to collaborative working, within Public/Private sectors or Academia, demonstrated by either an individual or organisation.

  • The NHS, East Midlands Leadership Academy (EMLA) has been working to support leaders with the transformation agenda and created a 'systems leadership' model which brings together colleagues working in health and social care.
  • Wessex Capacity Alliance for its focus on behaviours throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Guide Dogs for their complex and multi-disciplined focus on enabling people with sight loss to access and navigate their environment.

Supply Chain

Recognising where supply chain partners have engaged with and contributed to enhanced ways of working.

  • Mobibiz & Costain 'Enable My Team' to create innovative cloud based solutions to help collaboration between supply chains in the construction industry.
  • Costain & Tarmac's long term collaboration to deliver greater transparency; make better informed decisions, based on whole life performance.

Individual Awards

Acknowledging emerging and established leaders who have made a significant contribution to furthering collaborative working.

  • Lois Love: As an individual contributor, mentor and leader within Leidos, providing support and guidance across business sectors in relation to collaborative working.
  • David Wright: for his inspirational leadership within Kier Construction in realising the benefits to be gained from collaborative working.
  • Tim Seabrook: Leading the Defence Infrastructure Organisation development and implementation of a Supplier Relationship Management Programme across DIO and its strategic supply chain.

We congratulate all those short listed and looking forward to seeing them at the Awards celebration in December.

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