This document gives guidelines for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to use the twelve principles of collaborative business relationships given in ISO/TR 44000 to improve their collaborative capability. This document is applicable to MSMEs regardless of what they do, where they are, their operating environment, culture, social capital and objectives. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â The definition of an MSME varies widely. This document is intended for the use of any organization that identifies or is identified as an MSME.
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This document gives guidelines for organizations on implementing ISO 44001 (see Figure 3) in order to achieve successful collaborative business relationships, as well as helping organizations use and implement the framework specification effectively. This document explains what is intended by each requirement of ISO 44001, why each is important, and recommends approaches to take for their practical implementation. How to meet the requirements is individually evaluated and applied in the context of each organization. This document is applicable to any organization.
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This document introduces twelve collaborative relationship management principles. ISO 44001 and related ISO collaborative management standards are based on the understanding and acknowledgement of these principles.
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ISO 44001:2017 specifies requirements for the effective identification, development and management of collaborative business relationships within or between organizations. ISO 44001:2017 is applicable to private and public organizations of all sizes, from large multinational corporations and government organizations, to non-profit organizations and micro/small businesses. Application of ISO 44001:2017 can be on several different levels, e.g. · a single application (including operating unit, operating division, single project or programme, mergers and acquisitions); · an individual relationship (including one-to-one relationships, alliance, partnership, business customers, joint venture); · multiple identified relationships (including multiple partner alliances, consortia, joint ventures, networks, extended enterprise arrangements and end-to-end supply chains); · full application organization-wide for all identified relationship types.
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ISO 37500:2014 covers the main phases, processes and governance aspects of outsourcing, independent of size and sectors of industry and commerce. It is intended to provide a good foundation to enable organizations to enter into, and continue to sustain, successful outsourcing arrangements throughout the contractual period. ISO 37500:2014 gives guidance on: · good outsourcing governance for the mutual benefit of client and provider; · flexibility of outsourcing arrangements, accommodating changing business requirements; · identifying risks involved with outsourcing; · enabling mutually beneficial collaborative relationships. ISO 37500:2014 can be tailored and extended to industry-specific needs to accommodate international, national and local laws and regulations (including those related to the environment, labour, health and safety), the size of the outsourcing arrangement and the type of industry sector. ISO 37500:2014 recognizes that the various stakeholders act separately in some phases of the outsourcing life cycle and together in others. It is not possible to exclusively allocate processes within the outsourcing life cycle to either client or provider. For each outsourcing arrangement, process responsibility is intended to be interpreted accordingly and tailored by the user. ISO 37500:2014 is intended to relate to any outsourcing relationship, whether outsourcing for the first time or not, using a single-provider or multi-provider model, or draft agreements based on services or outcomes. Processes mentioned in ISO 37500:2014 are intended to be tailored to fit the outsourcing strategy and maturity of the client and provider organizations. ISO 37500:2014 is intended to be used by outsourcing clients, providers and practitioners, such as: · decision makers and their empowered representatives; · all stakeholders engaged in facilitating the creation and/or management of outsourcing arrangements; · staff at all levels of experience in outsourcing.
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