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ICW Members Drop-in Q&A Sessions

The Institute is holding regular Q&A sessions for ICW Members, to offer general advice and facilitate sharing of experiences and solutions on structured collaboration including ISO 44001.

These sessions, which last about three-quarters of an hour, are facilitated by a small team of experts who have either advised on, helped develop or implement structured collaboration.

The sessions are structured around 'Frequently Asked Questions' (FAQs) received from our members on ISO 44001, as well as an open session for current member topics.

The sessions are usually held on the third Thursday of every month.


Each drop-in session will have a theme that we will advertise through Insight and on our website.

(Due to the potentially sensitive nature of the issues discussed, participants are free to use the information received, but must not disclose the identity or affiliation of any of the session's other attendees).

Part 1: Frequently Asked Question

The Structured Collaboration SIG has collated and prioritised a number of FAQs received from members. In this part we will provide general feedback on how a practitioner might address the question and then conduct a discussion with attendees for further views and inputs. This part of the Exchange Session will be allocated about 25 minutes.

(Although our experts are extremely competent, they cannot provide a definitive opinion on all topics as other considerations are likely to apply, such as the organisational and commercial context of the topic).

Part 2: Open Questions

This part will provide an opportunity for attendees to propose a question or issue for discussion on the day. One of our experts will 'chair' this to generate interchange from members and our experts to share good practice, potential solutions, or create topics for future information exchange sessions.

Who are these Sessions for?

The sessions are suitable for anyone, in any organisation, involved in developing or implementing a structured approach to collaboration and learning more about both the principles of ISO 44000 and/or the requirements of ISO 44001 and how they can support better collaboration and a more effective approach.

How to attend

These drop-in sessions are held online using Microsoft Teams.

You do not need to register - the link for each session will be published in the Drop-in Q&A Sessions Page in the Members Area within 24 hours of the start of the session. We also send out reminder emails to all members a few days before and the morning of each session, with links to the Members Area page. If you would like to attend, please make sure you are receiving ICW emails (if you are not receiving our emails, please email Alan Maund for assistance), or simply go to the Members Area page and click the link at the appropriate time.


December 11th 2023, 16:00-16:45

Senior Executive Responsible

What are the roles and responsibilities of the SER? Can their responsibilities be delegated and what would be the implications?
January 18th 2023, 16:00-16:45


What is meant by a collaborative culture?
February 22nd 2024, 16:00-16:45

Business Case

What topics are covered in a collaborative business case?
March 21st 2024, 16:00-16:45

Benefits Realisation Process

How can progress towards intended Benefits be best measured?
May 23rd 2024, 16:00-16:45

Integrated Management

Should we integrate ISO 44001 with our other management systems? What would be the pros and cons in doing so?
July 18th 2024

Value Creation

What is a value creation and analysis process? What is the definition of value creation with respect to collaboration? How do I prove value has been created to my senior managers?
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