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The 12 Best Practices in Contract Management

Today's procurement organisation is under constant change. Strategic sourcing, category management, and supplier management are all part of today's procurement kit bag. Not only does procurement need to buy better, manage demand better, and understand markets better, it now has to manage the contracts that it put in place. It no longer stops halfway through the contract life-cycle.

Businesses haven't managed contracts particularly well in the past and now it's up to procurement to lead the way. As your organisation moves towards greater levels of contracting, and becomes more dependent on third parties, contract management becomes one of its core activities. 

 

Contract Management Software

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The future of procurement - driving benefit realisation

In this new whitepaper, you'll learn the 12 best practices in contract management that yield results;


  • Learn how to measure and control the key aspects of your contract
  • Identify and manage the interactions between people, particularly in service contracts
  • Strategies to adapt to changing conditions and natural volatility of contracts
  • How to remain future focused with continuous planning
 
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About the Author

Dr Sara Cullen, University of Melbourne

Dr Sara Cullen is a Fellow at the University of Melbourne, a Research Associate at the London School of Economics, and the Managing Director of the Cullen Group.Previously she was a National Partner at Deloitte in Australia as the global leader for the outsourcing practice. 

Sara has written over 135 publications to date. She has featured in such publications as the AFR, BRW, The Bulletin, Directions in Government, The Financial Times, Information Economics and much more. Her expertise is globally recognised and she performs peer reviews for the Harvard Business Review, California Management Review, and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.

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