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The Future Of Contracting: Coping With Complexity

Views: 467 Published: 30 Apr 2012 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Political, economic, social and technological conditions have transformed in recent years. Contracts and projects must adapt to address the challenges of a fast-changing environment.

  • Big issues facing sustainable business including financing and social expectations
  • Ensuring successful project outcomes: performance based contracts, need for fundamental change in procurement practices, measuring success
  • Understanding international markets and managing across diverse cultures


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