The UK government’s announcement of a new ‘Commissioner for Small Business’ is just the latest in a series of initiatives by administrations around the world to encourage economic growth. 266 more words
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My blog earlier this week drew an interesting response from Ken Adams and his co-author in a recent article offering “Top Ten Tips in Drafting & Negotiating International Contracts… 634 more words
In a recent article, the Association of Corporate Counsel offers its ‘Top Ten Tips In Drafting & Negotiating International Contracts’.
While the items listed are worthy considerations, they miss the most critical issues and in some instances, fly in the face of good practice. 675 more words
It’s not only companies that impact the ‘ease of doing business’ – it is entire countries.
When it comes to negotiating or performing contracts, there are major international variations. 179 more words
Although the business environment is undergoing rapid change, the focus of term and condition negotiations seems to remain relatively constant. Is that because contracts offer a point of stability in an unstable world, or is it because those who lead negotiations are failing to adapt? 187 more words
Organizations continue to disaggregate. The traditional ‘integrated enterprise’ has eroded and current thinking is that organizations are more agile, more efficient and more creative if they use external suppliers and contractors, rather than invest in large-scale ‘owned’ resources. 400 more words