Getting the Most Out of Your Consultant: A Guide to Selection Through Implementation
Consultants are a dominant force in the business world. At their best, they can pinpoint a company's shortcomings and suggest improvements-but many executives and managers do not know how to work with consultants in the most efficient and profitable ways.
Let a corporate executive-turned-advisor explain about Getting the Most Out of Your Consultant, with solid advice on how to select, hire, and build a constructive relationship with a consultant.
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Tasks From the Consultants Point of View
Gathering and Reading the Signs
Establishing a Working Relationship
Evaluating the Consulting Services Received
Considerations Respecting the Nature of the Tasks
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