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Couture, Neal J.
September 2004
Contract Management;Sep2004, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p2
Academic Journal
Focuses on the businessmen, tom Peters and Bob Waterman Jr.'s identification of important business trends. Emphasis on the need for organizations to be fluid, nimble and dynamic to respond to quickly evolving and emerging markets; Consideration of strategic partnerships and outsourcing as key business strategies; Challenges faced by most business in developing contract management.


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