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Workshop "Good Contract Management" in Brussels, Belgium

The training centre (FTU) of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) offers a workshop "Good Contract Management" in Brussels on 04 October 2012

4 October 2012

Good management of contracts is fundamental for managing projects successfully. It is a crucial ability for research managers and administrators concerned with contracts and project management in research institutions, universities, the public sector and corporate organisations.

This workshop focuses on best strategic and administrative practice which complies with legal requirements: what is essential, what is advisable, and what are the pitfalls to be avoided. Participants will learn how most effectively to construct, negotiate and manage contracts which will deliver appropriate results within today’s dynamic international business environment.

Commercial strategies are emphasised. An EU perspective will be taken.

The following topics will be covered:
• Contract rationale, structures and presentation
• Contract parameters
• Creating the contract in practice
• Negotiating strategies
• Contract management processes
• Contract problems
• Legal risk management

The course is specifically designed for experienced project managers, programme managers, team leaders, project professionals and staff involved in international projects.

The course is held in English and limited to 15 participants in order to ensure a high quality standard. The course has fees please contact us for more information.

Tutor: Dr. Rachel Burnett, Solicitor, Burnett IT Legal Services, London, England

Venue: Helmholtz Office, Rue du Trône 98, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

For further information please contact Elisabeth Gillich