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Innovative contracting for BwN

Realisation within project boundaries represents the most concrete perspective on BwN. The definition of the project boundaries is of crucial importance since this defines the domain in which procurement and contracts have to be organized. So (1) grip is needed on how project boundaries are changed by BwN and (2) procurement and contract need to be organised accordingly.'

 

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'The job to be done' for which guidance is offered is about:

  • How to build organisational and contractual arrangements in order to enhance the realisation of BwN within project boundaries?

At first sight this subject might seem almost trivial compared to issues of how to get and keep BwN on the agenda (see Networks), how to deal with and make good use of regulations and procedures (see Regulatory context) and how to arrange a productive knowledge process (see Knowledge context). Still the proof of the pudding is finally in organizing the project environment in a pro-active manner in order to harvest the seedbed. Without the realization of BwN within project boundaries all the efforts in the end are spoiled. So right from the start, the appropriate 'realization framework' should be focussed upon.

Some guidance is given on how to use insights in procurement and contracts in order to falititate BwN realization within project boundaries.

 

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