A contract is meant to be a tool to help you do business, not some sort of fairy tale—especially if you don’t know if it will end with the protagonists smiling (the Princess and the Pea) or one being eaten by the other (the Tinderbox). Read the ...
Today’s the day that my eldest son receives his A levels results... It got me wondering what the report card for a contract would say? This edition look at the issues with Twitter’s terms of service - rather than referring you to the terms of service, please go to ...
According to a Brief History of Cunning (podcast), Machiavelli said: one must be a fox to recognise traps and a lion to recognise wolves. When I review contracts, I focus on traps in contracts. This newsletter aims to help you spot and avoid them too. Read the full edition ...
As I have just a read school report packed with advice for my youngest son, I thought I’d provide some ‘targets for improvement’ so you can be more effective when dealing with contracts, agreements or sets of T&C. #TopTipsThursday Read the full edition here » Contracts, according to Ray ...
Just because something has always been done that way is not an excuse for continuing with contracts or contract processes that don’t work. To paraphrase Gareth Southgate (the England football manager) “you can write your own history.” Read the full edition here » You can use your freedom to ...
As you know I want you to use contracts for success. Success on a project doesn’t just mean achieving the project aims (the unholy trinity of time, cost and quality). It means doing so without falling out with your clients and suppliers! Read the full edition here » If you’d ...