Contract Management - Where It Goes All Wrong


Feb 05
PM Webinar

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Complex projects bring contract challenges. The ultimate supplier often has to become the buyer of subcontractor services, and those subcontractors' performance can jeopardise the main contract. With the high costs attributed to variations in complex projects, the management of the contract and project scope becomes critical. This session provides a fast track insight into the changes of law in trying to set out a framework that caters for the different types of contracts and the flexibility to apply to the different project environments.

This session provides essential knowledge for project managers:

  • The complexity and the structure of legislation and common law;
  • Key terminology that are critical to look out for and understand;
  • The structure of express, implied and conditional terms
  • How unfair terms are managed;
  • How to determine if a proposed scope change should be a variation;
  • The requirements and challenges of variation management; and
  • What happens when a contractor refuses to continue to work.
Learn about how to manage costs and avoid project scope creep, whilst ensuring the protection of law remains.

Members: $20 | Non Members: $40
CPD Points: 3
 

Presenter:

Todd Hutchison is a global project management and behavioural specialist, international bestselling author and listed on the Who’s Who of Business in Australia.  He is used to establish contracts and mediate contractual issues.
 
Todd leads the global project management consulting and training company Peopleistic (includes the Business Education Institute and Film My Video businesses), resides as an executive of the Perth-based law firm Balfour Meagher, and resides as the Chair of the International Institute of Legal Project Management (graduates in 40 countries and training providers in 9 countries) and a Board Director of Leadership Western Australia.
 
Todd has worked in over 170 organisations in 13 countries, including global clients like Microsoft, Deloitte, and Coca-Cola.

He has adjunct positions with Curtin University and Edith Cowan University and teaches in the Australian Institute of Management’s MBA program and Curtin University’s Masters fo Engineering program.
 

Todd Hutchison