A contract is for everyone, not just the lawyers

26 February 2008

Research by AT Kearney has shown that buyers should analyse all the potential risks within a contract before submitting it to a lawyer.

Following a series of workshops with other organisations, the firm found that by mitigating risks early, unnecessary bureaucracy could be avoided and more open relationships could be built with suppliers.

The authors are interested in your views on this subject. Do you think this is a practical idea that can work in the real world?

If you are interested in finding out more about the research, please e-mail info@gbpalliance.com

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