Attitudes to contracts and their value
Posted by APM on 13th Sep 2013
Attitudes to contracts and their value vary widely. Some view them as a positive contributor to project and business outcomes. Others see them as an impediment to good relationships and that they often undermine results. Most agree that there are opportunities for improvement.
In a joint survey, the UK National Audit Office and the International Association for Contract & Commercial Management seek your opinion and experience of the role and impact of contracting and negotiation practices. They are collecting data from a wide cross-section of professionals in order to gather diverse views and experiences.
The results will be used to improve understanding of the role of contracting in the delivery of project outcomes and they will be shared with all who contribute to the study.
Please complete the survey by Friday 20th September 2013.
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Is it just me or is anybody else bamboozled or even mildly puzzled by the absence in project management literature of any helpful information on dealing with the challenges of achieving an integrated end-to-end supply chain?
Data sensitivity. All data is probably somewhat sensitive. We wouldn't be sharing it, administrating it, loading legacy versions of it into new business elements, etc. if it weren't important, right?