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Most Collaborative Award 

This award is to recognise where an individual has demonstrated that creating a collaborative working arrangement within their organisation or with another organisation has had a positive impact.  

What will the judges be looking for?  

The judges will be looking for examples of where the collaborative approach adopted by an individual has made a real impact to an initiative or business output. This could be collaborating with others within teams, in charitable, cultural or business initiatives, or more widely across the defence enterprise. The benefits realised could include shared knowledge and information, efficiency savings through shared costs or an improved service.  

See also 

The Most Collaborative Award shares similarities with the Inclusive Teamwork Award. The key difference is that the Most Collaborative Award is for individuals and focuses on the benefits realised through collaborative working, whilst the Inclusive Teamwork Award is for teams and focuses on the creation of an inclusive teamwork approach where everyone’s opinion is valued. 

Finalists from earlier years 

Last year’s finalists were all from the MoD Civil Service. The winner was recognised for her excellent contribution to the MoD whilst working in the National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence and the Defence Geographic Centre. The other finalists were recognised for: exemplary work in leading delivery of the procurement of the £1.2bn Digital IT Professional Services CCS Framework (DIPS); for leading the delivery of critical work for the Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) capability and policy across the MoD.

Who can be entered?  

This award is open to individual women only.  Please note winners of any category are excluded from nominations for any Women in Defence UK awards for 2 years.

Read the Terms & Conditions of Entry.

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