Collaborative Working – Public Consultation

Over the last year I have been representing The FMA as a member of the BSI drafting committee producing the new Standard BS11000 which is due for publication autumn 2010.

BS 11000 will be a voluntary British Standard to support collaborative business partnering and has been developed from the framework specification PAS 11000 with the involvement of industry, government and BSI. It enables an organization of any size and sector to apply good partnering practice and to manage valuable business relationships. The Standard will help organizations to establish, manage and improve collaborative partnering between both public and private sector organizations.

The draft of BS 11000 is now available online and BSI is calling for comments from all interested parties.

To comment, please visit http://drafts.bsigroup.com/Home/Details/511

The intention of public consultation is to capture wider industry views to improve the draft and ultimately ensure that it can be used by industry. All comments will be fed back to the committee responsible for the standard’s development for their consideration. Both general comments on the standard and those specific to sections and clauses can be submitted.

The more FM people comment, the more useful we can make the Standard for use in our world. It would be terrific if you could take a look.

Thanks

Martin

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