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Contracts and agility: an oxymoron?

Published: 22 Feb 2017 Average Rating: 3.8 / 5 Print
 

Author: Tim Cummins

Agility - the ability to move quickly and easily - is not an attribute many would apply to contracts or the contracting process. For many, the need for a contract is seen as an impediment, a barrier to getting things done. Executives are among those who regularly call for simplification and speed.

 

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