By developing better contract management capabilities, your organisation can significantly improve the services it delivers and maximise its resources.
With the public sector spending £230 billion on goods and services each year, developing the core competencies for effective contract management could significantly boost savings and cost-effectiveness.
On this A Guide to Successful Contract Management course, develop the knowledge and skills needed to successfully manage the contract process through to completion.
This one-day course is led by supply chain management consultant, Martin Murphy, who has been involved in over £1 billion of successful public sector tenders and contracts, at both sides of the process. Practical and interactive, this course is built around a series of engaging case studies.
What Previous Delegates Had To Say:
“An excellent course content, with relevant information and lecturer.” – Head of Project Support, LHC
“Very informative course. Useful for understanding impact assessments and how they are undertaken and how to evaluate the impact of the Government context.” – Head of Policy and Corporate Affairs, ECITB
“Great environment and well structured tutorial. Poisitive impact.” – Contract Manager, Accent
09:15 - 09:45
09:45 - 10:00
Trainer’s Welcome and Clarification of Learning Objectives
10:00 - 11:00
The Principles of Successful Contract Management
- Identify the different types of contract
- The benefits of contract management for the public sector
- Understand the contract management cycle of activities
- Establish clarity of terms and obligations
- Outlining the objectives, responsibilities and obligations of all parties
11:00 - 11:15
11:15 - 12:00
Contract Administration and Governance
- What needs to be done before the contract is signed
- The power shift
- Identifying risk and preventing further problems later in the contract process
- Successfully exiting a contract
12:00 - 12:30
Strategic Relationship Management
- The importance of good relationships in the supply chain
- Develop contract negotiation skills to secure beneficial outcomes
- Recognise how to foster positive relationships amongst all parties
- Effective change management and dispute resolution
- Motivating internal and external parties
12:30 - 13:00
Monitoring, Performance and Quality Assessment in the Contract Process - Part 1
- Analyse contract value, length, complexity and level of risk
- Effectively monitor and benchmark costs and performance
- Identify the potential for obstacles, risk and challenges
- Maximising and identifying savings and efficiencies
14:00 - 15:00
Monitoring, Performance and Quality Assessment in the Contract Process - Part 2
- When and how best to re-evaluate and restructure the terms of a contract
- Manage arising situations and contract variations
- Achieving mutual gains for effective contract management
- Ensuring that contractual obligations have been sufficiently met
15:00 - 16:00
Contract Review and Post-Contract Progress
- The link to future contracts
- Recognise the core competencies for effective contract management
- Accurate reporting
16:00 - 16:15
Feedback, Evaluation & Close
De Vere West One
9-10 Portland Pl
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