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  • 10 Oct 2019 6:36 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) held their conference to promote the adoption of Collaborative Working and ISO 44001. ICW Chief Ooperations Officer David Hawkins was the Key note speaker, together with a panel discussion including ICW Associate Director Paul Greenwood. Speakers and representatives from across Asia together with 500 attendees participated in a highly engaging day.

  • 8 Oct 2019 6:32 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    The Association for Project Management (APM) and the Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW) joined forces to present a wide ranging agenda focused on delivery of high value, complex, multi-disciplinary projects and the role of organisations working collaboratively in a mutually supportive, trusting, integrated and seamless manner, in order to derive the potential benefits and minimise the risk of failure

    Claire Ward ICW CEO opened proceedings and was support by presentations from Jeremy Campbell EMCOR UK, Bill Taylor ICW Associate Director, Ben Cross (Skanska), Stephen Scott (Sellafield Sites Limited) and Jonathan Canioni (Warwick Business School).

    A highly productive day.

  • 7 Oct 2019 6:34 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    The ISO committee met in China, chaired by ICW Chief Operations Officer David Hawkins, to continue its work on developing guidance for small and medium sized companies, ISO 44003, and to celebrate the publication of ISO 44002 Guidance for implementing ISO 44001.

  • 2 Oct 2019 12:36 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    ISO’s International Standard for Business Collaboration, ISO 44001, helps organisations get the most out of working together. A new guidance document provides further insight to help them take it to the next step.

    The benefits of collaboration in the business world are many, and include the generation of innovative ideas, reduced costs through efficiencies and sharing of resources and access to new services and technologies.

    ‘ISO 44001, Collaborative Business Relationship Management Systems – Requirements and Framework’, assists companies in establishing and improving collaborative relationships, both within and between organisations.

    Now organisations can take the guidance to another level with the recently published ‘ISO 44002, Collaborative Business Relationship Management Systems — Guidelines on the Implementation of ISO 44001’. It provides in-depth knowledge and understanding of the requirements in ISO 44001 to help organisations implement it most effectively.

    ISO 44002 provides specific guidance for establishing, developing and managing third-party relationships using the eight-stage life-cycle as detailed in ISO 44001. The information given in the new standard enables organisations to successfully integrate the ISO 44001 business collaboration framework into their existing management systems, processes and procedures, to optimsze the benefits of collaborating.

    ISO 44002 is now available for purchase from your national ISO member or the ISO Store.

  • 25 Sep 2019 11:58 AM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    The ICW Share and Learn session hosted by Leonardo drew 30 plus members of the ICW community together with representatives from MOD, Home Office and ADS for a lively and frank discussion on how collaborative working could be improved between Industry and public sector to help meet government aims. We have started a conversation which will likely run and run.

  • 9 Aug 2019 12:23 PM | Adrian Wright (Administrator)

    ICW is pleased to announce that Louise McMahon has been appointed by Kier to succeed Martin Duffy as their representative on the ICW's Foundation Members Board. Louise has also joined the institute as a Member though the direct entry system, and having met the required standard Louise is entitled to use the post-nominal letters MICW after her name.

    Find out more about ICW Membership

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