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Upcoming events

    • 20 May 2024
    • 23 May 2024
    • Warwick University Conference Centre

    The aim of this course is to help organisations to establish their own in house capabilities to develop and maintain effective collaborative working. After this course delegates will have a deep understanding of collaborative business relationship management, including the use of tools and techniques for identifying and managing risks and benefits. Course delegates shall be given the opportunity and encouraged to apply the learning into their own business scenarios and work with others to build on experiences. Successful candidates will additionally qualify for automatic membership of ICW (MICW).

    Fully Booked. However, you can book the September event now.

    • 23 May 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
    • Online (Microsoft Teams)

    ICW Members Drop-in Q&A Session
    Thursday 23 May 2024, 4:00-4:45pm

    Integrated Management

    Should we integrate ISO 44001 with our other management systems? What would be the pros and cons in doing so?


    The Institute runs regular question and answer sessions, to offer general advice and facilitate sharing of experiences and solutions on structured collaboration including ISO 44001.

    Each session, which will last about three-quarters of an hour, will be facilitated by a small team of experts who have either advised on, helped develop or implement structured collaboration.

    The sessions will be structured around 'Frequently Asked Questions' (FAQs) received from our members on ISO 44001, as well as an open session for current member topics.

    Initially the sessions will be held on the third Thursday of every month, and are for individual members only.

    Format

    Each drop-in session will have a theme that we will advertise through Insight and on our website.
    (Due to the potentially sensitive nature of the issues discussed, participants are free to use the information received, but must not disclose the identity or affiliation of any of the session's other attendees)
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    Part 1: Frequently Asked Question

    The Structured Collaboration SIG has collated and prioritised a number of FAQs received from members. In this part we will provide general feedback on how a practitioner might address the question and then conduct a discussion with attendees for further views and inputs. This part of the Exchange Session will be allocated about 25 minutes.
    (Although our experts are extremely competent, they cannot provide a definitive opinion on all topics as other considerations are likely to apply, such as the organisational and commercial context of the topic)
    .

    Part 2: Open Questions

    This part will provide an opportunity for attendees to propose a question or issue for discussion on the day. One of our experts will ‘chair’ this to generate interchange from members and our experts to share good practice, potential solutions, or create topics for future information exchange sessions.

    Who are these sessions for?

    The sessions are suitable for anyone, in any organisation, involved in developing or implementing a structured approach to collaboration and learning more about both the principles of ISO 44000 and/or the requirements of ISO 44001 and how they can support better collaboration and a more effective approach.


    Access link will be published in the Members Area within 24 hours of the start.

    • 4 Jun 2024
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Webinar the GoTo platform

    What is the impact of ineffective collaborative behaviours on project delivery?

    ICW Panel Discussion

    Webinar on the GoTo platform

    Our own research has highlighted the potential adverse impact of ineffective collaborative behaviours on project delivery, namely in terms of project delay and work hours spent. Join us on 4th June, from 14:00-15:00, to further explore the impact of such behaviours and how we might help mitigate this risk. We will be joined by (Michelle Mortlock, Richard Holm, Julie Wood, Matthew Rumble and Gill Jordison), who will be sharing their own experiences of ineffective collaborative behaviours and what has worked well to help reduce the adverse impact these behaviours may have.

    Hear about the experiences of our group of experts, their challenges and what they have learned.


    Julie Wood
    Mott MacDonald


    Richard Holm
    Atkins


    Gill Jordison
    Mace


    Matthew Rumble
    NATS


    Michelle Mortlock
    Mott MacDonald

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    • 3 Jul 2024
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • London House, Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB

    Institute for Collaborative Working
    Members Day 2024

    3 July 2024

    Goodenough College, London WC1

    Further details to follow.

    • 2 Sep 2024
    • 5 Sep 2024
    • Warwick University Conference Centre

    The aim of this course is to help organisations to establish their own in house capabilities to develop and maintain effective collaborative working. After this course delegates will have a deep understanding of collaborative business relationship management, including the use of tools and techniques for identifying and managing risks and benefits. Course delegates shall be given the opportunity and encouraged to apply the learning into their own business scenarios and work with others to build on experiences. Successful candidates will additionally qualify for automatic membership of ICW (MICW).

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    • 11 Nov 2024
    • 14 Nov 2024
    • Warwick University Conference Centre

    The aim of this course is to help organisations to establish their own in house capabilities to develop and maintain effective collaborative working. After this course delegates will have a deep understanding of collaborative business relationship management, including the use of tools and techniques for identifying and managing risks and benefits. Course delegates shall be given the opportunity and encouraged to apply the learning into their own business scenarios and work with others to build on experiences. Successful candidates will additionally qualify for automatic membership of ICW (MICW).

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Past events

15 May 2024 ICW Annual Collaborative Working Reception 2024
2 May 2024 Wellness
18 Apr 2024 ICW Members Drop-in Q&A Session: Value Creation (POSTPONED)
4 Apr 2024 Wellness
21 Mar 2024 ICW Members Drop-in Q&A Session: Benefits Realisation Process
7 Mar 2024 Wellness
22 Feb 2024 ICW Members Drop-in Q&A Session: Business Case
19 Feb 2024 Collaborative Leaders Course - 19-22 Feb 2024
15 Feb 2024 Wellness
18 Jan 2024 ICW Members Drop-in Q&A Session: Culture
11 Jan 2024 Wellness
22 Nov 2023 ICW Annual Collaborative Working Awards 2023
14 Nov 2023 Dispelling the Myths of AI and Recognising its Opportunities
13 Nov 2023 Collaborative Leaders Course - 13-16 Nov 2023
26 Oct 2023 ICW Members Drop-in Q&A Session: Risk - How the joint risk register should integrate respective risk management systems?
3 Oct 2023 Enabling Collaboration in Ecosystems to Unlock Social Value
25 Sep 2023 Collaborative Leaders Course - 25-28 Sept 2023 (fully booked)
7 Sep 2023 Inspiring Collaborative Working in the Workplace
12 Jul 2023 ICW Members Day
19 Jun 2023 Collaborative Leaders Course (NEW DATE)
16 May 2023 ICW Annual Reception 2023
20 Feb 2023 Collaborative Leaders Course - 20-23 Feb 2023
14 Dec 2022 ICW Annual Collaborative Working Awards 2022
24 Nov 2022 ICW/BSI Webinar: TBA
7 Nov 2022 Collaborative Leaders Course - 7-10 Nov 2022
21 Sep 2022 ICW/BSI Webinar: TBA
19 Sep 2022 Collaborative Leaders Course
5 Jul 2022 ICW Members Day & AGM
23 May 2022 ICW/BSI Webinar: Procuring Net Zero Construction: How Does Collaboration Improve Outcomes?
16 May 2022 Collaborative Leaders Course
12 May 2022 ICW Annual Collaborative Working Reception 2022
25 Apr 2022 Share and Learn: ICW Cross-Company Mentoring Scheme
24 Mar 2022 ICW/BSI Webinar: How Collaboration Enables Innovation
7 Mar 2022 Collaborative Leaders Course
7 Feb 2022 Collaborative Leaders Course
16 Dec 2021 2021 Annual ICW Collaborative Working Awards
17 Nov 2021 BSI Standards Conference and Awards
17 Nov 2021 PING Conference 2021 - UK life sciences opportunities in a changed world
16 Nov 2021 Share and Learn: Improving Business Collaboration with MSMEs
11 Nov 2021 ICW Practitioners Webinar: Collaboration - A Commitment and a Mind-set, by AMEY Defence
21 Oct 2021 Collaborative Working and Sustainability
19 Oct 2021 ICW Members Day 2021
12 Oct 2021 Share and Learn: Lack of internal collaboration holds your organisation back. Here’s how to deal with it
9 Sep 2021 Collaboration in Healthcare and Life Sciences
31 Aug 2021 Institute for Collaborative Working Australia Official Launch
26 Aug 2021 Collaborative Leadership Special Interest Group Share and Learn Session - POSTPONED
15 Jul 2021 Resilience First Summer Debate: 'This house believes that our resilience standards are not up to standard'
8 Jul 2021 Insight into Collaboration with Small to Medium Enterprises
22 Jun 2021 Share and Learn: Hybrid Working Environment
10 Jun 2021 2020 Collaboration Award Winners Share Their Stories
13 May 2021 The 2021 Virtual ICW Annual Reception
27 Apr 2021 Why cross-sector collaboration will be critical to the UK’s ambitions to build back better
13 Apr 2021 Share and Learn: The Benefits of Collaboration for Small Businesses
23 Mar 2021 Harnessing Collaboration ½ Day Conference
16 Mar 2021 What Does Collaboration Mean to You?
4 Mar 2021 Thought Leadership Insights into the Future of Collaborative Working
24 Feb 2021 Share and Learn: Thought Leadership Insights into the Future of Collaboration
12 Feb 2021 Share and Learn: Maintaining Wellness During the COVID Crisis
28 Jan 2021 Emcor UK: Collaboration for Facilities Management
20 Jan 2021 Share and Learn: How your peers are engaging their remote workforce
10 Dec 2020 ICW Collaborative Working Awards 2020
3 Dec 2020 ERM: Transitioning from Risk to Resilience
24 Nov 2020 Collaborate - Building Relationships, Advancing Shared Success for a Sustainable Built Environment
19 Nov 2020 Network Rail: Industry Change Through Collaboration
4 Nov 2020 ICW Members' Day & ICW Members Collaborative Challenge
16 Oct 2020 Enhancing Collaboration through the use of Alignment Optimization
29 Sep 2020 2020 Collaborative Working Awards - Judging shortlist
23 Sep 2020 Collaborative Working Practitioner Webinar
16 Sep 2020 PANEL: The state of the labour market & the importance of internal mobility
16 Sep 2020 Attitudes & Behaviours
8 Sep 2020 Covid-19 - Collaboration: the "New Normal"
7 Sep 2020 Collaborative Leaders Course
31 Aug 2020 2020 Collaborative Working Awards - close of submission
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