Taking the decision to work collaboratively or to develop alliances is not always an easy decision to make. While the benefits are clear, sometimes there can be challenges that get in way of successfully making the leap.
We’ve worked with some senior leaders in a range of sectors. Hear from a selection of our previous clients why they work with JCP.
One of Transport for London’s most high profile projects as this is the third busiest tube station on the network. Here Simon Addyman, Project Director the Capacity Upgrade Project explains how taking the collaborative approach was their route to success.
JCP has worked with Anglian Water on a number of different projects. Hear from Dale Evans, @One Alliance Director on his Cambridge Recycling Project.
The Government’s Alliancing Code of Practice is an excellent tool and support for any organisation considering the their readiness for collaborative working. Click here for more info and to hear from the Infrastructure and Projects Authority’s Keith Waller.
Hear from senior leaders about the advantages and benefits they have seen – both personally and within their organisation – as a result of working collaboratively.
There are many things to consider as you embark on the collaborative journey. Here government adviser and senior member of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority Keith Waller details his top actions.
What are the best examples of collaborative working? Who is doing it well? Keith Waller, government adviser, lists some industry leading examples.