Relationship Management Plan
Actions relating to a specific relationship (Customer, Supplier, Alliance, etc) – possibly following RMR activity – may be drawn together to form a Relationship Management Plan.
Actions on a Relationship Management Plan Kanban board may be optionally shared with the other party to the relationship – enabling a truly ‘Joint Relationship Management Plan’ to develop. Actions assigned to people on either side of the relationship can be managed and progressed in this ‘shared space’.
Actions also typically flow from a number of areas and activities:
- Customer or supplier requirements.
- Change management and Improvement programmes.
- Diagnostic and assessment outputs.
- Existing programmes and projects.
- Planning activities.
- Risk and dependency assessments.
- etc, etc.
Addressing key issues not only builds trust, but also enhances the quality and effectiveness of a relationship.
Answers questions like:
- “How do I make sure any change/improvement initiative doesn’t stall?”
- “How can I make sure that the relevant people have access to the relevant actions, while also being able to have an overview of activity progression?”
- Web-based service.
- Expertly aligned to SC21 best practice and templates.
- Based on ‘Kanban Board’ approach.
- ‘Drag and drop’ action progression.
- Assign action owner.
- Access model allows for central overview with restricted access for action owners.
- Colour coded priority.
- Various progress and department reports, updated in real-time.
- Customised fields.
- Custom reports.
- Share access with other organisation(s) (e.g. for Joint Relationship Management Plans).
How it works:
- Import actions.
- Assign ownership.
- Track progress.