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Disputes

Really interested in the view of members whether disputes are a good or bad thing. That sounds simplistic. Does the right level of disputes across a programme demonstrate a healthy tension in the arrangement and management of contracts. I fully recognise that poor documentation and poor contract management cause disputes, but if these are eliminated by good practice, is there a sweet spot?

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Digital contract workflow

Hi all, can you please let me know what's the best tool / method to fully automate contract execution process? From a draft contract to tracking versions (changes as negotiation in progress) and final version . Ok to stop at this stage and use DocuSign for execution. But more interested in online tool to help manage contract building process.

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Managing Stress during long drawn negotiation

Can anyone provide tips on managing stress and building resilience during long drawn negotiations with stronger parties that are bigger than my organisation?

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Ordinary and Complax Contract

As a firm who provide intangible services and works in fast pace environment, we have categorized our contracts into two types, ordinary and complex. We designed a standard terms and clauses for ordinary contracts because they are services require basic materials, and low risk, and standard requirements. A service has more than 6 tasks is considered as a complex contract which requires more attention in the review stage. Doing this technique have reduced cost, process, and time spent on contract review stage.

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