Document Detail

Title: EM102-21 - Developing, Implementing, and Managing a Partnering Relationship - Instructor's Guide
Publication Date: 2/1/2014
Product Type: Education Module
Status: Supporting Product
Pages: 0

This refreshed course focuses on the application of the partnering process model. CII's Partnering Best Practice has been shown to be one of the most important elements to implement on a project. Projects intensely implementing this Best Practice attain, on average, a 9.1% cost improvement over projects that implement it less intensely. The course focuses on applying the Partnering Model to managing engineering and construction projects.

Education modules are not available for download from the Internet.

This publication contains:

  • PowerPoint® presentation files
  • IR102-2, Partnering ToolKit

Module Length: 12 hours


Abstract

CII’s Partnering Best Practice has been shown to be one of the most important elements to implement on a project. Projects intensely implementing this CII Best Practice attain, on average, a 9.1% cost improvement over projects that implement it less intensely. This refreshed course focuses on the application of the Partnering process model. The course is designed for those who are interested in Partnering as a viable tool for managing engineering and construction projects; the focus is on how to apply the Partnering Model to a specific situation. Partnering is a valuable project management tool that can support a substantial decrease in engineering and construction cost and schedule. As with any tool, Partnering must be understood and tailored to the specific application and this education module is designed to promote that understanding.