Tag: STAR analysis

Review Your Contract: Scope

The first element in my STAR analysis is Scope. When reviewing a contract, it is critical that the obligations of both partners are clearly set out. Often the provider – the company providing the goods, materials, and plant or carrying out the works or performing the services – gets all

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Review Your Contract: Key Aim

In most contracts, there is a balance to be struck between 3 key aims: time, cost and quality. It is impossible to have the best of all three. The British Library project is a great example of when the decision-makers chose quality as their priority, sometimes without thinking about the

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Review Your Contract: Risk

The final element in my STAR analysis is Risk. Risk v Reward When reviewing your contract, you need to strike a balance between risk and reward (harm v benefits). Risk is inextricably linked to price and cost. If your deal seems too good to be true, it often is! In

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