[[ read online kindle ]] Contract Management for Non-Specialists: A Bite-Sized Business Book (Bite-Sized Books 4)Author Paul Davies – Z55z.co

Bonjour,C est la premi re foi que je ne re ois pas l Ebook dans ma biblioth que Kindle d s la validation de la commande Ma commande a t faite le 17 f vrier 21h57 et je n ai toujours rien re u.Merci de me tenir au courant et de proc der la livraison. I get involved in a very broad range of activities in my role as Head of Operations in an SME business, contracts being one So having access to valuable advice, hints and tips on this topic has been really useful I really like this bite sized series Well worth the money to get a precise and accurate nutshell understanding of this subject Well worth the short time it takes to read 30 minutes This book provides a good outline of contract management If you want explanations with side stories to drive home the concepts, however, this book may not be for you I definitely think it was worth my time and money, since I have little formal training and wanted a concise overview of the subject. This nicely structures the need to knows of contracts and what s normally contained within them It s a good brief short read. The success of contract management is measured not by how well the contract was understood but by how successfully the goods and services were delivered This book is dedicated to helping contract managers achieve that successContract Management for Non Specialists, a Bite Sized Business Book, is aimed at business managers, project managers and sales people who are engaged with clients delivering services and products within a contractual framework In around forty pages it distils twenty years of experience of developing, negotiating and managing contracts, and it provides an introducction to contracts and managing them for non lawyers It is not designed to replace legal advice from qualified practitioners but will enable you to find your way round a contract, understand legal terms or find out what they mean, and allow you to have confidence in managing a contract either with a supplier or on behalf of a supplier A contract is focused on payment for a promise and this simple understanding will help you come to terms with the range of issues that you will have to contend with in contract managementThis book and the role of the contract manager isnt about dispute resolution, but about dispute prevention or, at least, mitigation Disputes will arise in any sale of products and services and knowing where they are likely to occur, and how to defuse them if you can t resolve them will be crucial By reading this book, and then having it at your side, you will be able to understand how to read a contract actively that is looking for the triggers, flash points and issues, and then manage it over the lifetime of the contract It clears away some of the mysteries and the mystification that surrounds contracts and is focused on the practical steps you have to take, as a non lawyer, to be fair, focused and effectiveLike all Bite Sized Books it is deliberately short and to the point, and because it is based on successful practical experience in business, it is there to help you understand not only what to do but why those actions are significantUnderpinning the aim of the book is a strategy of communication with your opposite number the contract manager for the other party and with your own company It is an invaluable guide for all non specialists and even if you have great experience in the field, you will find it insightful and supportive