Self Organising Networks: the valuation of collaborative teams for complex infrastructure projects through Social Networks analysis presented by Stephen Pryke of UCL and Simon Addyman of Self organising Networks. Stephen opened the session with the observation that digital information is fundamentally changing how humans connect and... read more →
At last the construction procurement landscape is moving decisively in the direction of collaborative working, and a catalyst is required to capture the lessons learned by the pioneers and to increase the momentum of... read more →
A Roundtable event was held on 29 March focused on the practical aspect of collaborative working. The discussion was led by Nick Hopcroft of Highways England and Matt Stacey of BAM Nuttall. The session was... read more →
Stephen Woodward, Commercial Director of ResoLex has an article published by Partnership Bulletin. He comments on the Mark Farmer's review from a risk monitoring angle. Read the whole article HERE .
Date: Thursday 9th February 2017 Time:... read more →
Richard Bayfield, independent consultant who works at the client side on projects. He is also the holder of 3 British Construction Awards. The collaboration is the drive of the work he's done. He talks about what the collaboration looks like, and the benefits of collaborative working from both clients' point... read more →
John Fletcher, Global Director of Dispute Resolution Services RICS gives the insight of how DRS focus on conflict avoidance and explains how CAP (Conflict Avoidance Panel) works for TFL.
Dealing with multiple disparate stakeholders is just one of the challenges of project delivery in the Higher Education sector. The stakeholder base was just one of many areas of complexity surrounding the UEA Enterprise Centre, but one that was overcome... read more →
Dr. John French talks about a general view of the Enterprise Centre and how collaborative working was the only way it could have been delivered. Collaboration isn't just team hugging.