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Building a successful relationship with joint venture partners non fluor input
Building a successful relationship with joint venture partners non fluor input
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Building a successful relationship with joint venture partners non fluor input

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Input is solicited on joint ventures in the engineering and construction industry. Results will be shared with responders. Please complete the questionnaire and email to bob.prieto@fluor.com

Input is solicited on joint ventures in the engineering and construction industry. Results will be shared with responders. Please complete the questionnaire and email to bob.prieto@fluor.com

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  • 1. Building a Successful Relationship with Joint Venture PartnersThe purpose of this quick survey is to better understand the ingredients to building and sustainingsuccessful relationships with JV partners. After initial survey results have been compiled there may bea second round of questions to dive deeper into what was found from this round of questions.Please complete one form for each joint venture you have been in a key management role in duringthe past five years. The multiple columns on the form are included for joint ventures where more thanone partner was involved.Project Name (Generic)Owner/Client (Public, Private;US or Non-US)Your Personal Role(PM; Eng.Mgr, etc.)Project Status(Complete/Ongoing/Litigation)Total Installed Cost (TIC)Your Company RoleSchedule PerformanceCost Performance Question with respect to Owner/ClientWas the client committed to a cooperative relationshipwith the joint venture or a more adversarialrelationship?Were all key owner/client functions engaged andreasonably aligned?Was there stability in project leadership within theclient organization?Was the project ready for execution?Were project objectives clearly stated andcontinuously communicated by the client?Did the client respect the formal Joint Venturemanagement structure or did he seek to divide andconquer?If the approach was to divide and conquer did thispersist throughout the project?Would you describe the client as being timely in hisdecision making?Did the client generally meet his contractualcommitments or feel only loosely bound by them?What was the greatest positive impact the client hadon the success of the JV?What was the greatest negative impact the client hadon the JV or its performance?How could the JV have improved its
  • 2. dealings/relationship with the client?What would be the top lessons learned in how a JVmust engage with a client?Is there any “clause” you would like to see added in acontract with the client to aid in the success of a JVexecution project? Questions with respect to Joint Venture Partners (If more than three non Fluor partners answer for the three most significant)Was Your Company the Managing Partner?What % of the JV Project Gross Margin was attributedto your company?How many JV partners were there including yourcompany?Who led proposal preparation (Your company orPartner #1)?Describe JV partner alignment and teamwork duringthe proposal preparation phase.Was a formal partnering session undertaken during theproposal stage? Partner #1 (but not Partner #2 (but not Non Fluor Partner #3 Your Company) Your Company) (but not Your (Managing Partner Company) and/or Proposal Lead Partner)Partner Financial Shares (%)For each partner describe anymajor differences betweenYour Company and thepartners with respect to: “Corporate Culture” “Ethics” “Communication Approach and Styles” “Commercial Expectations”
  • 3. “Risk Posture”For each partner, duringproject execution, did they: Provide the key individuals or equivalent to those proposed Provide resources in a timely manner Provide the quantity of resources required Participate actively in the execution of the project Contribute in executive meetings of the joint venture Actively assist in problem solving or opportunity capitalization Respect the JV agreement and structure Not engage in independent discussion with the client with respect to the project except as provided for by the JV agreement Honor all financial and other commitments of the JV agreementWould you team with themagain?Would they likely team withyou again?Was there stability in JV project leadership?Was there stability in JV partner leadership?Was there good integration of staff from the variousjoint venture partners including Your Company?From your experience in this JV what would yourecommend be done or not done during the proposalstage to assure a successful bid and subsequent highperforming JV?
  • 4. Are there any “clauses” you would like to see added orstrengthened in your JV teaming agreement?What special challenges should we be mindful of as westartup a JV project?What is effective use of a JV Board (not the day to dayproject execution team)?How important is alignment around safety to JVeffectiveness?How important is a shared philosophy on engagingwith the client during project execution to JVeffectiveness?Is it important for the JV to develop its own distinctive“culture” or to blend the cultures of the various JVpartners?How important is personnel linkage back to homeoffice systems and resources?How is this best accomplished?What had the greatest positive impact on JVperformance?What had the greatest negative effect on JVperformance?Did you gain valuable insights and knowledge as aresult of executing this project in a JV arrangement?What was the greatest risk to project success createdby JV execution (vs. prime/sub) of the project?What was the greatest risk Your Company faced thatwas attributable to the JV nature of project execution?What are your top 3 recommendations on how toimprove a JV project?
  • 5. Should Your Company develop better tools orprocesses for JV project teaming, contracting orexecution or should current tools and processes just beadapted on a case by case basis?If a new tool or process should be developed whatshould it seek to accomplish?Would Your Company benefit from a JV readinessassessment tool/methodology?Thank you for completing this survey. You will receive a summary when it has been fully compiled andanalyzed.

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