Profiling professional excellence in alliance management: Volume one - findings and results

Walker, D and Lloyd-Walker, B 2011, Profiling professional excellence in alliance management: Volume one - findings and results, Alliancing Association of Australasia Limited, Sydney, Australia


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Title of report Profiling professional excellence in alliance management: Volume one - findings and results
Author(s) Walker, D
Lloyd-Walker, B
Year of publication 2011
Publisher Alliancing Association of Australasia Limited
Place of publication Sydney, Australia
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Abstract/Summary This paper is the result of extensive research into the key profile characteristics of alliance managers. With the assistance of RMIT, Victoria University and their world-renowned researchers in this field we have laid the first stone of a tool to develop capable individuals into competent alliance professionals. Many people were involved in the study across many industry sectors and the results highlight the value not only of individual contribution but also the collaboration across industry which made this project possible. The aim of this paper is to increase the pool of talent available to an industry delivering project and program alliances across all sectors, including construction, health and education. Creating more skilled managers to lead major projects will not only create additional value to project owners, but will benefit end users and the community.
Commissioning body Alliancing Association of Australasia Limited
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