G4C invite you to an event, hosted in the Shard by the Warwick Business School, to discuss the key attributes of effective collaboration.
Dr. Mehmet Chakkol and Max Finne from Warwick Business School (WBS) will present their latest research identifying the key attributes of effective collaboration. In particular, the presentation will focus on the psychological and behavioural underpinnings of what makes an effective collaborator. WBS Professors will also discuss the benefits and challenges of effective collaborative working in large-scale projects. The presentations will also include insights from the Institute of Collaborative Working (ICW) drawing on their experience of implementing British standard on collaboration (BS11000) which has recently been approved as an international standard (ISO44001).
Have you worked in an alliance or joint-venture where lack of collaboration resulted in adverse working conditions? Have you experienced a buyer-supplier relationship where one party attempted to utilise their strengths to bully their counterparts into a corner? Have you worked in a project environment where managers enabled or hindered collaborative working? Or maybe you have experienced only collaborative and positive alliances and would like to tell us how your team have achieved this?
This discussion will help us to define how we can all be more productive and manage efficient and mutually beneficial business relationships. The event will provide a great opportunity for networking in an iconic location for any professionals interested in understanding the dynamics of collaborative working.
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