Criticality of Social contracts in Outsourcing
By David Loseby MCIOB Chartered, FAPM, FCMI, FCIPS Chartered, FRSA
In the corporate world, a formal contract is typically the end result of a series of discussions where both the buyer and the supplier build up a relationship (social contract) and expectations during the process. Often customer (internal stakeholders) are not fully party to the formal arrangements and can be described as a "Service Triad" - This paper explores the latest thinking
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