Using Consultants

Jan 12, 2014 | Planning & Focus

Organisations should consider using consultants when they lack specific in house expertise to solve identified problems, need a critical independent view, and are likely to benefit from exposure to industry best–practice.



Organisations should select a consultant who can co-develop customised (as opposed to off-the-shelf) and practical (as opposed to theoretical) solutions. Consultants should have a proven track record and demonstrated ability in not only developing practical solutions but also implementing them successfully. Source Marc Stiger, Melbourne Business School

A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. Francis Bacon

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