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Basic contract law for project managers part 3: when things go wrong

 

Basic contract law for project managers part 3: when things go wrong

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Starting 09 November 2021 12:30 through to 09 November 2021 13:30

Basic Contract Law for project managers webinar series
Part 3: What to do when things go wrong or the unexpected happens?

Most projects involve contracts with external providers or suppliers of good and services. Those taking on the role of project managers therefore need to know and understand the basics of contract law in order to be effective and avoid risks being ‘gotchas’!

Most projects involve buying something from an external provider. This can range from ‘off the shelf’ widgets to complex contracts for multi-million packages.

Regardless, if you don’t know the basics of contract law, both in the procurement and ‘in-contract’ management phase, you can inadvertently put your organisation at significant commercial risk. On the other hand, if both parties clearly articulate and understand their legal and contractual obligations, then the project is far more likely to be a success.

What does this mean? Having a basic knowledge of contract law is an essential pre-requisite for an effective project manager!


This third webinar tackles the issue of what to do when things go wrong or the unexpected happens.
It covers the breakdown in performance; frustration and force majeure; resolving disputes; and finished by bringing it all together.



For more information on this webinar and the series, please visit the APM event page.

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