The 2016 ICW Collaboration Awards
Do you have an innovative Collaborative story to tell that deserves recognition?
We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Awards Programme will be open for registration and submissions from 1 May 2016. We are delighted that again this year the awards programme is being sponsored by BSI. The categories for this year will be:-
Recognising innovative approaches to collaborative working, within Public/Private sectors or Academia, demonstrated by either an individual or Organisation.
Collaborative Pathfinder Award
For an Organisation that has shown both leadership and innovation in promoting and harnessing collaborative working approaches within its industry sector.
For an outstanding Public Private Partnership relationship that has demonstrated exceptional performance and benefits realisation, through the effective use of collaboration.
For Collaboration between two or more industry partners representing an outstanding relationship that demonstrably highlights the benefits of collaboration.
For an Organisation that has implemented development and training to build collaborative skills as part of its people development.
Small and Medium Enterprise
For the smaller organisation that has taken up the challenge to embed collaboration and thus promote the benefits of collaborative for all sizes of company.
For an individual that has shown leadership and innovation in the development of collaborative working approaches.
Plus The Chairman's outstanding performance Award
This award will be nominated by the ICW Chairman and based on the submissions short listed and reviewed in association with the judging panel.
The programme for this year:
- 1st May scheme opens for registration
- 31st July close for submissions
- 30th September short listing complete
- October judging sessions for short list (dates and programmes to be finalised)
- 8th December Awards ceremony at the House of Lords
You are invited to submit your nominations and full submissions. This year we have introduced an online registration scheme »