Clients & Consultants: Meeting and Exceeding Expectations

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Chip R. Bell, Leonard Nadler
Gulf Publishing Company, Book Division, 1985 - Business & Economics - 345 pages
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Twenty six experts provide ideas and techniques that help both sides profit from the client-consultant relationship. They show how to choose, negotiate with, and use a consultant to solve specific problems and it gives consultants greater insight into meeting client needs. The book addresses the problem of client-consultant compatibility, the challenges of working with the entrepreneur owner, and the benefits of writing contracts to clarify goals and prevent misunderstanding.

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