A contract is focused on payment for a promise - and this simple understanding will help you come to terms with the range of issues that you will ahve to contend with in contract management.
The focus is on managing a fairly substantial contract, that is one in which the physical document is of a certain size and, more importantly, where the contract covers a reasonable size of deal.
This book and the role of the contract manager isn’t about dispute resolution, but about dispute prevention or, at least, mitigation. Disputes will arise in any sale of products and services and knowing where they are likely to occur, and how to defuse them rather than resolve them will be crucial.
By reading this book, and then having it at your side, you will be able to understand how to read a contract actively - that is looking for the triggers, flash points and issues, and then manage it over the lifetime of the contract. It clears away some of the mysteries and the mystification that surrounds contracts and focused on the practical steps you ahve to take, as a non-lawyer, to be fair, focused and effective.
Like all Bite-Sized Books it is deliberately short and to the point, and because it is based on practical experience in business, there to help you understand not only what to do but why thos actions are significant.
The book is there to help you avoid issues and disputes, and underpinning that is a strategy of communication with your opposite number - the contract manager for the other party - and with your own company. It is an invaluable step forward for all non-specialists and even if you have great experience in the field, you will find it insightful and supportive.
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