CQI Derby & Nottingham Collaborative Working Seminar preceded by Branch AGM
What Does Collaboration Mean to You? Webinar
An opportunity to input to the Branch AGM and hear David Hawkins - the driving force behind ISO 44001
About this Event
Tues 16 March 2021 18:25 - 20:30 GMT
** NOTE ** This is scheduled as a webinar event.
18.20 - Join webinar to be ready for the AGM.
18.25 - Welcome to CQI Derby and Nottingham Branch AGM
18.30 - AGM
18.55 - Welcome to the main event
19.00 - Guest Speaker David E Hawkins, COO Institute for Collaborative Working
20.15 - Post event networking
20.30 - Close
Throughout the event there will be opportunities to ask questions via the chat function.
Join us at 18.25 for the Branch AGM where we will review the achievements over the last 12-months, share the 2021 schedule of events, develop additional Branch activities for 2021 and elect new branch committee members.
Join us at 18.55 for the main event with David E Hawkins, COO Institute for Collaborative Working.
We live in a fast-paced, constantly changing world where projects become even more complex and those involved in these projects equally contribute to a greater level of complexity, however the recognition and management of inter-dependencies between partners is a major factor in successful realisation of the benefits. There are many factors that have a bearing on collaboration including team orientation, communications, sharing, creativity, and leadership, yet working collaboratively often means lots of different things to different people.
The Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) Derby and Nottingham Branch invites you to attend their Collaborative Working seminar where David Hawkins will explain the fundamentals of effective collaboration and the journey to ISO 44001, which provides a foundation for a systemic approach to building robust and sustainable collaboration.
About the speaker - David Hawkins:
David Hawkins has extensive career in projects and procurement within the construction industry spans over 40 years where he has been associated with the development and implementation of major projects in many parts of the world, throughout he has deployed collaborative business models to support service delivery, manufacturing, outsourcing and wide variety collaborative programmes.
However, David has much more acclaim as the author of the CRAFT collaborative methodology and the knowledge architect behind the development of the world’s first Collaborative business relationship standard, the PAS 11000 framework. As a result, he was appointed chairman of the British standards Institution (BSI) committee that developed the BS 11000 standard and later the International Standard (ISO 44001).
The Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW), previously PSL was formed in 1990 to assist organisations in the development of collaborative relationships stating that collaboration is fundamentally about ensuring business relationships maximise performance, achieve mutual objectives and create additional value for all parties involved. David has been associated with this organisation since 1995 and introduced the CRAFT methodology, which forms the core of the International standard.
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