Sustaining behaviour - The Alliancing Code of Practice for Infrastructure Alliancing

This page explains the 'Sustaining behaviour' cell of the Alliancing Code of Practice grid. This grid helps to understand who needs to do what, at what stage, for a successful infrastructure alliance.

The 'Sustaining behaviour' cell of the Alliancing Code of Practice grid for Infrastructure Alliancing

Sustaining behaviour

The emphasis on creating the required behaviours continues past the transition, with a commitment to making changes where behaviours are not right

  1. Managing on going behavioural change:
    • Best practice examples of effective collaboration are identified and showcased to the rest of the alliance organisation and celebrated.
    • An agreed assurance framework is in place, providing all alliance members with visible demonstration of equitable commercial treatmentacross all partners. Visible assurance is an important process in maintaining trust.
    • In an alliance the assurance process is not just a client/contractor activity. It provides all parties in the alliance with a visible demonstration of equitable and compliant treatment - and as such is an important enabler of trust.
    • Relationships at senior level (Alliance Board or leadership team) are open and challenging, setting the tone for the culture within the organisation.

What comes next?

The next cell in the Alliancing Code of Practice grid is Sustaining integration

View the complete Alliancing Code of Practice grid

The Alliancing grid

sustaining behaviour cell of alliancing grid
The 'Sustaining behaviour' cell of the Alliancing Code of Practice grid for Infrastructure Alliancing

The next cell in the Alliancing Code of Practice grid is:

Sustaining integration

Top