Creating contracts between organizations for the long term, like, we’re talking years here.

Sound great at the start – when every thing’s new and fresh and exciting.

But what happens down the track, years later, when the individuals have changed.

When needs and requirements take a turn.

When the service just ain’t like it used to be.

And you’re stuck, in a long term contract, and you can’t get out.

It’s great for one side, but when you’re on the other, you’ve got no where to go.

That’s why contracts should be for the short-term, based on performance and service to a given deadline, an outcome and a short-term goal.

With the option to roll-over only if at works.

And an easy way to get out and move on.


Liz Watt