ISO 44001



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What is ISO 44001?

ISO 44001 Collaborative business relationship management systems – Requirements and framework is an international standard published 1 March 2017 by the International Organisation for Standardisation. It is based on British Standards BS 11000, initially developed from 2006 as PAS 11000 (2006).ISO 44001 is now aligned to the high level structure that covers some ISO management system standards, and incorporates the eight stage life cycle model that was the basis for BS 11000 to help business partners maximize the value of collaborative working: * Operational awareness * Knowledge * Internal assessment * Partner selection * Working together * Value creation * Staying together * Exit strategy implementation BS 11000 was formally launched at the House of Lords in London on 7 December 2010. The Institute for Collaborative Working, which promotes BS 11000 and ISO 44001, argues that there is a case for this standard because "as [businesses] see greater reliance on external parties to deliver solutions and an increase on contracting for outcomes, the emphasis on collaborative working will grow".

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