People and Training
Collaborative working needs people and organisations with new skills; therefore a programme of people and organisational development needs to be implemented.
Forming a successful integrated collaborative process requires the project staff as well as key organisational staff involved in IT, Finance and other operational roles to come together for joint learning and development.
IBE Partnership have implemented several collaborative working learning programmes for individual clients and within many of our consortium based projects the programmes have become central to the change management process.
The aim of the Learning Programme is to equip clients, contractors, consultants and the supply chain with the skills, knowledge and competencies that will enable them to respond to the changes arising from collaborative working and new procurement methods. Individual Learning Programme are designed to meet key training needs arising from structured skills audit undertaken within the complete supply chain . These needs are both behavioural and technical and the learning solutions are designed to meet the new demands arising from working collaboratively.
The Learning programme modules include:
|Module 01||Understanding Collaborative Working and Integrated Teamwork|
|Module 02||Lead & Coach Skills|
|Module 03||Open Book Cost Management|
|Module 04||Collaborative Leadership & Change Management|
|Module 05||Innovation and Creative Thinking Skills|
|Module 06||Partnering Contracts|
|Module 07||Performance Measurement and Continuous Improvement Techniques|
|Module 08||Integrated Planning Techniques|
|Module 09||Process Mapping|
|Module 10||Process Improvement - Lean Construction techniques|
|Module 11||Value Management & Value Engineering in Practice|
|Module 12||Developing Effective BIM Projects|
|Module 13||Managing Project Risks|
|Module 15||Waste Management|
|Module 16||Environmental Sustainability|
NFB - Bid to Win Training Programme
The UK construction over the last few years has moved into a new era of procurement, moving away from a traditional or historical lowest cost approach, to a collaborative, integrated approach where proven capability and performance in technical and soft aspects is as important or indeed more important than cost.
This series of modules take the organisations through the necessary practical steps to enable better performance in their bid management, increasing confidence and success potential.
The four modules are:
|Module 01||Before the Bid - You don’t win tenders at Bid Stage|
|Module 02||The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire – Getting a foot in the door|
|Module 03||Detailed Bid – Technical Assessment|
|Module 04||Interview and Presentation – The winning stroke|