Sustainability and Governance within the Network
In the current scenario organizations whose productive chains work within networks have great sustainable growth potential. However, network governance has become a challenge for these organizations.
RDI - Integrated Development Network - aims to develop skills in management and governance within a network made up by "anchor" organizations together with other companies in the context of their productive chains.
Thus, as it builds the management skills of these companies and their productive chains, RDI intends to prepare them to perform individually as well as a group within the context of the intense competition that characterizes increasingly globalized markets while also favoring the setting up of stronger alliances between the "anchors" and their productive chains.
RDI intends to generate reciprocal value by establishing a strategic alliance and cooperation process among the partner companies so as to reach the objectives agreed upon among the members of the partnership.
Organizations that belong to a productive chain, that is, an "anchor" company and the other participating partner companies, companies that belong to clusters, and cooperative and/or association networks, among others.
By themselves, companies have elements that characterize and differentiate them, but they do not usually have all the resources they need to maximize value generation. Thus, they seek potential complementarities that are frequently related to innovation and cost reductions, which are valuable capabilities to the partnership.
Value Partnership and Partnership Value
The competitiveness of companies that work in productive chains and in networks is a consequence of the sustainable value that they generate and capture from the market.
In these relationships there are opportunities to generate a superior value that stems from cooperation. Such potential value needs to be defined, developed and measured.
Networks must understand their role towards sustainable development by committing themselves to the economic, social and environmental results of their surroundings.
- Alliance Drivers
- Application Project
- Leaders’ Meeting
- Other Events
Partnership content can optionally be made up by 14 or 17 modules.
The partnership is made up by four vertices: motivational aspects, strategy and structure, flows and processes, and actions to develop network governance.
Activities / Content
Workshops among the RDI companies
Events held to deal with relevant themes that have been elected by the leaders of the participating companies/organizations.
Participation in Other FDC Events (optional)
Events that are held or sponsored by FDC and that are also aimed at participants attending other partnerships and programs developed by FDC.
Examples of the Thematic Content Offered
1. Opening seminar 12. Operations and Logistics Management
2. Entrepreneurship 13. Process Management
3. Innovation 14. Management Control
4. Strategy 15. Market Management
5. Strategy Management 16. Distribution and Sales
6. Company Finance 17. People Management and Leadership
7. Marketing and Sales 18. Cost Management
8. Productive Chain 19. Family Business Evolution
9. Legal Framework (fiscal) 20. Company Governance
10. Legal Framework (contracts) 21. Network Governance
11. Partnership Agreement 22. Conflict Negotiation