It is necessary to take care of those conditions which are not expressed but are implicit in the order. We call this context of obviousness. (No restaurant serve us a cold coffee, although that feature is not negotiated when I order coffee. If I stand naked to my first day of work I can not tell my boss have not agreed that I would come to work with clothing; It is obvious that I will come dressed). The negotiating stage ends with the Declaration of acceptance that customer and suppliers declare to accept the conditions laid down. Stage 3: Runtime?N. here the central protagonist is the provider.
During this stage-oriented activities to meet agreed conditions. Often the vendor shall make sub-pedidos, i.e., it will coordinate with third parties to assist. Execution ends with the statement of compliance. The provider declares fulfilled the conditions. Stage 4: evaluation?N and assurance: Is the stage most neglected of all, although it is of great importance. Here the client assesses whether the conditions of satisfaction have been met and the provider ensures compliance of the customer expressly asking him to declare his satisfaction. He clarified that if the client does not declare satisfaction cycle is not closed.
In this case it is possible the provider may need to make some adjustments, renegotiate, in the end. The cycle of action only ends with the Declaration of satisfaction that the customer makes. Customer and suppliers are always represented by people of flesh and blood who are committed. Once I asked a manufacturer of pencils who was his client and he replied: the Central Library. Okay, but you do not agree with a library because it is not a human being. Who file if they don’t pay the Bill.? The head of acquisitions. I coordinate with him. Then he is your customer replied. Any action performed adequately complies with this cycle.