Poor planning can put you on the fast track to failure.
Drafting your specifications is a critical step in your project—and because they’re the starting point for interacting with your local contacts, they deserve careful attention. 
Getting specs wrong can lead to failure: if you rush through the drafting process, they could lead you to solutions that don’t meet your needs. And if they’re too narrow, you may not have enough candidates in the running.
A good set of specifications: 
  • Captures all of your needs—location criteria, HR/hiring, and land/buildings
  • Acts as a springboard for exchanges with your local contacts
  • Eliminates offers and sites that don’t meet your needs, so you never need to analyze them
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