BS11000 Collaboration – Enjoy the Benefits Of A Collaborative And Profitable Relationship With Your Business Partners

Put BS11000 collaborative business relationship framework specification to work in your business by completing an initial BS11000 gap analysis.

By taking a collaborative approach to reduce the risk, uncertainty and inefficiencies with your business relationships, you can increase your competiveness, innovation, productivity and profitability.

BS11000 is a strategic framework to help you establish and improve collaborative relationships in your business and with organizations of all sizes.

A collaboration process that can be adapted and tailored by you, saving you time and money

The BS 11000 framework is a divided into 3 phases Strategic, Engagement and Management and includes 8 Stages to guide you quickly and easily.  It can be used both internally and externally within any business sector and by following the framework’s 8 Stages and developing your collaborative Relationship Management Plan (RMP), you will be able to:

Strategic Phase

1. Clearly identify the correct business opportunities and overall collaboration strategy to partner and work more collaboratively with other organizations – Stage 1 Awareness

2. Discover and create a body of knowledge within your business to develop a business case and benefits analysis to work more collaboratively with potential business partners and increase value (profits) – Stage 2 Knowledge

3. Conduct an internal gap analysis of your business collaboration capability and maturity from an organisational and  people perspective to make sure you have the right people in place to deliver successfully – Stage 3 Internal assessment

Engagement Phase

4. Identify, evaluate and select the right partners who meet your collaboration profile and will add significant value and profit to the business relationship – Stage 4 Partner selection

5. Maximise the utilisation of existing processes, systems, people and organisation assets that will facilitate a quick and productive start to the business relationship, saving you time and money – Stage 5 Working together

6. Co-create new value, increased profitability and competiveness  through joint creative innovation and continual improvement programmes and projects – Stage 6 Value creation

Management Phase

7. Jointly work in an effective and efficient way to continually improve and add new value to your business relationship – Stage 7 Staying together

8. Understand when it is the right time for you to stop working jointly and exit in a controlled and respectful manner ensuring business continuity is maintained and the opportunity to collaborate and partner in the future – Stage 8 Exit strategy

BS11000 collaboration framework can be applied to multidimensional relationships

If you are involved in project teams, working with internal departments, customers, suppliers and external collaborators BS11000 is a tool that you can instantly start using when working in:

  • Collaborative networks
  • Consortia
  • Extended enterprises
  • Alliances
  • Joint ventures
  • Clusters
  • Partnering programmes
  • Eco systems

Start working more collaboratively today

Claim your Free Business Collaboration Guide based on BS 11000 and an initial online BS 11000 Gap Analysis to quickly see how much you have in place already and where you need to focus.  Your personal online BS 11000 gap analysis also includes a complimentary SharpCloud membership, which will be used to complete your gap analysis in a highly visual and collaborative way.

All you need to do is spend a few seconds filling in your details in the form below, after which your collaboration guide will be put straight into the post, your complimentary SharpCloud membership will be activated and a link to book your free BS11000 initial gap analysis will be sent to you.

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