In the olden days, external advisors would be called in whenever there is a problem to be solved. Proposals would be reviewed, contracts negotiated, references checked, and the engagement would begin. The consulting team would show up, diagnose the source of the problem, and help the management team focus exclusively on getting [More]
Why are all consulting projects not wildly successful? Why are some merely acceptable, and others fail? Without a doubt, consultants are often to blame: they over-promise, under-scope, or take on assignments with unrealistic deadlines. Yet clients also control the outcome of the engagement, and often, unwittingly, sabotage their consultants. Here are [More]
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