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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should my organisation consider BS 11000?

How do I get started?

What is it likely to cost to implement BS 11000?

How long will it take to reach certification?

Who will undertake the assessment?

What do we mean by the term partnering?

How do you start to develop a collaborative approach?

What are the most important considerations?

Why are relationships important in business?

What benefits can one get from collaborative working?

How do you measure effective relationships?

If partnering is about working well together why do I need a dispute procedure?

How important is the behaviour of individuals?

Is partnering or collaboration always a good idea?

Do I need executive support for partnering?

Everyone talks about trust but how do you get that in a contract?

How do I protect intellectual property?

Can collaboration help with outsourcing contracts?

Is collaboration just about working without conflict?

What is the downside to partnering?

How do I know if my partner is competitive?

What sort of savings can I expect from a partnering relationship?

What sort of structure is needed to manage a partnering arrangement?

How do I know if my organisation is suitable to partner with others?

Is there a risk in collaboration?

How do customers react to partnering arrangements?

Why do I need a relationship management framework?

Can collaboration help develop CSR programmes?

How long should I allow for a collaborative arrangement to mature?

How do I know I am getting value for money?

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