Ten tips to ensure your contract fails
Author: Tim Cummins
Over the years, I have had the good fortune to witness multiple instances of contracts failing to achieve their desired results. Organizations use many different techniques to ensure failure, but I have observed several that seem to be especially popular. I thought I would share them, in case you'd like to try them out. Alternatively, perhaps you would like to contribute additions, or highlight your personal favorite.
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