Responsible collaboration represents a significant piece of a mature and influential project management implementation that I call the Delivery Organization. It is an organization-centric concept of PM that acknowledges what has always been obvious corporate projects operate in a corporate environment that can be either favorable or unfavorable.
In my latest book, A Concise Guide to Project Collaboration: Building a Delivery Organization, I lay out exactly what must be done to ensure this favorable environment, to integrate with the business, and to ensure consistent delivery. It must inevitably result in a more productive and gratified project manager, and a satisfied project owner.
Robin's book, A Concise Guide to Project Collaboration: Building
a Delivery Organization, published by Routledge in their Focus
series, is out now. More details can be found on the Routledge website
and on Robin's legacy site at tmipm.com.