Contracts are the lifeblood of companies and contract lifecycle management should be a seamless business process. However, there are many different areas of a contract that are managed as independent tasks resulting in a series of disjointed events and data hand-offs. It is the role of the general counsel to manage and oversee these contracts.
\r\nIn this article, Nancy Jessen and Jason Smith of Huron Consulting Group, present their perspective on the general counsel’s role in driving enterprise change for contract lifecycle management. The article highlights six different aspects of the lifecycle and managing guidelines and suggestions for each.
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