A Network-based Contract Management Framework for Prioritizing Contractual Performance Progress Axis

DS 97: Proceedings of the 21st International DSM Conference (DSM 2019), Monterey, California, September 23rd - 25th 2019

Year: 2019
Editor: Harold (Mike) Stowe; Tyson R. Browning; Steven D. Eppinger; Jintin Tran; Paulo Montijo
Author: Cesar, Franck (1); Marle, Franck (2)
Series: DSM
Institution: WillBe Group, Laboratoire Génie Industrie CentraleSupélec
Section: Managing Organizations
Page(s): 11
DOI number: https://doi.org/10.35199/dsm2019.2
ISBN: 978-1-912254-06-4


Contracts play a major role in today’s projects and operations. Contractual performance is defined as the result of the contract and the process and organization that support the contract lifecycle. It is determined by several interdependent factors, albeit they are generally managed without considering these interactions. A DSM is built to first identify potential relationships, either cause-effect or correlation, between contractual performance factors. This will allow for an easier and better decision about progress axis priorities in the field of Contract Management.

Keywords: Contract Management, network-based modeling, network-based analysis, network-based decision, decision aiding


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