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Usually deals and contracts have a flaw: they are designed around deliverables and penalties rather than on the relationship between involved people or organisations.

This happens despite contracts should deliver an experience, like all other human artifacts which are not just an object or a service.
Collaboration around a common shared goal: this is the experience to look for.

Usually deals and contracts have a flaw: they are designed around deliverables and penalties rather than on the relationship between involved people or organisations.

This happens despite contracts should deliver an experience, like all other human artifacts which are not just an object or a service.
Collaboration around a common shared goal: this is the experience to look for.

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  4. 4. A L I F E B O AT ? W H A T D O Y O U R C O N T R A C T S F E E L L I K E ?
  5. 5. S A I L I N G B O AT ? W H A T D O Y O U R C O N T R A C T S F E E L L I K E ?
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