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Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Thought Leadership Webinar: Supplier-Led Innovation and Continuous Improvement - How best to achieve them in contracting Published: 01 Oct 2019 Average Rating: 3.8 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Innovation is critical to business success - and supplier-led innovation is recognized as being a major source. But is the potential being realized, and if not, why not?

IACCM has published a study that offers a series of ground-breaking insights that are of impor...
 
Commitment Matters Blog Are you really a negotiator? Published: 07 Oct 2019 Type: Commitment Matters Blog Most business-to-business negotiations are destroying potential value. Rather than engendering trust, they sow the seeds for discord.
 
Commitment Matters Blog Contracts as sources of innovation Published: 02 Oct 2019 Type: Commitment Matters Blog 'Trade is the spark that lit the fire of human imagination, as it made possible not only the exchange of goods, but also the exchange of ideas. Trade also encouraged specialisation since it rewarded individuals and communities who focus on areas of comparative advantage. S...
 
Conference / Meeting Presentations IACCM Asia Pacific Conference, July 2019 Published: 13 Aug 2019 Average Rating: 5.0 / 5 Type: Conference / Meeting Presentations Watch some of the highlights from this year's Asia Pacific Conference in Sydney.

Thank you once again to everyone who joined us - delegates, speakers, sponsors, startup hub participants, Leaders of the Future and Awards finalists!
 
Research Reports Supplier-Led Innovation and Continuous Improvement Published: 06 Aug 2019 Average Rating: 4.5 / 5 Type: Research Reports How Best to Achieve them in Contracting? An Examination of Market Practices and Results.

Innovation and continuous improvement are essential to human progress and to the functioning of business and government. Over recent years, they have received sustained atten...
 
Articles / White Papers Financial Times announces ten market shapers: setting a new course (Tim Cummins is one) Published: 23 Oct 2019 Type: Articles / White Papers The judges decided that Tim Cummins is the person who has had the greatest effect in shaping a new market.

They were impressed by how Mr. Cummins, at the start of his career, made himself heard by using data to present the case for industry-wide standards of contr...
 
Commitment Matters Blog Bridge or barrier? Published: 05 Aug 2019 Type: Commitment Matters Blog It is widely recognized that collaborative relationships generate better results. It is also generally acknowledged that collaboration doesn't just happen - it requires characteristics such as openness, honesty, free-flowing communication and a sense of shared interest.
 
Research Reports Into the Future: Contract and Commercial Management: Role and Direction Published: 24 Jul 2019 Type: Research Reports Today, Contract and Commercial Managers stand at a cross-roads. Many of their traditional tasks will erode and disappear, outsourced or automated. However, that does not mean an inevitable route to nowhere because new technologies elevate these activities from largely operatio...
 
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Anonymous
2018-10-12 14:32:00

COLLABORATION AND TEAM ROLES

A great article. Roles and responsibilities are often overlooked. We instead, as a buying organisation, like to define how something should be delivered.
 
 
 
 
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Schlumberger India
2017-01-13 06:46:58

Payment Default by Customer

Even after having Payment Terms as XX days, at times Customer is not paying as per agreed payment cycle time. What are all the methods we can use to expedite the Cus...
 
 
 
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Schlumberger India
2016-12-13 04:21:00

Digital Security Clause

We have been asked by our client to comply with the "Digital Security" clause of the contract which is based on ISO 27002. I would like to understand about ...
 
 
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