For thosewho haven’t noticed yet, the GC has recently resigned (for perosnl and familiar reasons).
The management tip of the day revolves around the importance of silence (which speaks volume to the usefulness of open-space settings nowadays).
Silence “restores the nervous system, helps us sustain our energy, and conditions our minds to be more adaptive and responsive”, so close your door, silence your phone.
Elon Musk 1 – Mark Zuckerberg 0
This software (TurboPatent) completely replaces a paralegal, comes out cheaper and more accurate.
The management tip of today revolves on (not) replying right away to clients’ e-mails.
For sure, it can tarnish your productivity and focus. If you are afraid your customers may feel ignored, you can always set up an auto-reply message.
The Managemetn tip of the day: once you receive a performance review that you disagree on, the basic trick is to cool down and sleep it on.
Ask your boss for some time after a few days and think twice about the feedback.
35’799, aka 50,1%.
French employment law: yes, it is possible but you need a bespoke proxy.
The Management tip of the day: since lots of meetings fail in having participants discuss the issue during the actual event, if you are the organiser, you could always write in advance and let each one know what their ocntriution is expected to be.
Last but not least: kick off the session with some directedness to increase te chance of candid discussions.
SOW, their main ingrdients are:
- Scope of Work,
- Detailed description of the services,
- Specific requirements,
- Term of the SOW,
- Additional or Special Requirements,
- Precedent Clause, and
- Signature Block.
You should especially pay attention to:
- Acceptance Language,
- Payment Terms,
- Intellectual Property (“IP”) Ownership,
- Indemnity Clauses, and
- Limitation of Liability Clauses.
An important case for those, like me, that have dwelled with airline companies on delays and compensations.
Extraoridnary circumstance (aka when passengers do not get to gain compensations) are those “not intrinsically linked to the operating system of the aircraft“.