Every relationship is unique whilst sharing many common factors. It is recognised that the collaborative business relationship management systems - requirements and framework, details specific requirements in the way in which these will be addressed, interpreted and implemented by organisations. These will vary dependent on a multiplicity of factors including: the size and nature of the organisation, public or private sector, geographic differences, industry sectorial differences and scope of application. Understanding the core principles involved is crucial to validating its implementation and recognising the implications of common themes which evolve with the development of a relationship.
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This course addresses the underlying feature of an effective collaboration is the behaviours of those involved and the issue of risk whether personal or company which has a direct impact on how people behave. Collaborative relationship risk and benefit management is an integral part of effective performance and a requirement of ISO 44001. Understanding what constitutes relationship risk and benefit and how effective mitigation strategies can be implemented within joint risk and benefit management. Specifically the course addresses how to adopt a systemic approach to relationship risk and benefit management addressing personal, organisational and the joint enterprise aspects. Effective collaborative relationship risk and benefit management will significantly reduce cost and waste, enable the expected benefits to be realised to their fullest potential, and support the development of innovative bid solutions and industrial strategies.
This course highlights the critical impact of individual behaviours as the foundation for effective collaboration based on mutual benefit and supported by a clear focus on trust and commitment to the objectives of the parties. To be sustainable over , time organisations need to ensure that trust is developed and maintained through both organisational and personal relationships. This will enable the parties to have confidence that each organisation is focused on supporting the interests of their partner(s) though developing trust is based on performance, attitudes and the behaviours of those both directly and indirectly associated with the relationship.
This programme has been specifically developed as a baseline introduction to collaborative working which highlights the impacts of behaviours and the benefits of working together for front line staff. Delegates will gain an understanding of the organisations objectives in working collaboratively, know how to behave in a collaborative environment. Understand what to say, what not to say or do to support a collaborative project and how they can create value for themselves and the project.
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