Partnering

Partnering involves two or more organizations working collaboratively toward long term business objectives. They key is to maximize the effectiveness of each participants’ resources in successfully delivering the business requirements – be it a large construction project, a product launch, or other new initiative.

For many organizations, this requires changing traditional “individualized” relationships to a “shared culture” relationship without regard to organizational boundaries. The partnering relationship is based upon trust, dedication to common goals, an understanding of each other’s individual expectations and values, and a full commitment to success.

By employing a partnering system to your project, you can be more successful in terms of:

  • Scope – how well the project meets the operational requirements
  • Budget – how well the project meets the financial constraints
  • Time – how well the project meets the schedule constraints
  • Quality – how well the project meets the quality needs and parameters
  • Safety – how well the project employs appropriate levels of operational risk management.

While the partnering process will vary depending on the above characteristics, it all starts with a series of formal partnering sessions, transforming into a philosophy on how the project is managed through the collaborative efforts of all the stakeholders.

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