Create flexible contracts to innovate your business and processes.
Contracts should enable you to build better products, not make your job more difficult. A flexible contract allows you to be responsive to changing business needs. Join the community and learn more about this new way of working.
Based on years of iterative experience, we’ve designed a contract that lets you formalize the way you prefer to work: fast, lean, and agile. Why are contracts important? Contracts drive behavior—the wrong contract can de-rail your agile or lean project.
The contract is under development and version 0.1 is available now in localized version for the United States and United Kingdom!
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Advice from the Authors
The flexible contract is a legal tool. Like all tools, most people can benefit from a helping hand the first time they use it. Plus, you may have questions about how to customise the contract for your particular needs. We’re happy to help you and we offer blocks of time as small as an hour in which we can talk either over the phone or in person about how to implement a flexible contract in your project.
Get in touch and let’s put a flexible contract in place for your project.
The Upcoming Book
To help you better understand what flexible contracts are and how they can be used in software development projects, we’re writing a comprehensive guide on how to use them in practice. The book is entitled, appropriately enough, Flexible Contracts. Just like the software projects we’ve worked on, we’re building the book in a lean and agile way with a core group of advisers. When the book is far enough along, we’ll be making development copies available so that early purchasers can help us finish it and to ensure that this will become the definitive book on the topic.
Our mailing list subscribers will be the first to know when it’s ready.
Background Resource Library
We’ve been thinking about flexible contracts for a while, writing about the topic in industry publications, and giving presentations. Here’s a selection of background information for you to peruse