12 things to prepare when working with consultants so we have all the information we need
Often organisations ask for consultants because they don’t have the capability, time, or in-house expertise required for a new task or project. Alternatively, they might simply want an external point of view to shed light on the status quo. Sometimes, we just accept the way things are without trying to improve them any more, but fresh eyes can make all the difference.
Consultants are here to help with all of this (and more), under one very important condition.
Only if you are ready to welcome us at your organisation.
Here I've set out the basic requirements for a consultant welcome pack - a set of questions and things to prepare - that will be a lifesaver in your consultant's journey with your organisation.
Trust me - give this starter pack to us, and not only will we appreciate it enormously, we'll also be highly efficient from day one.
Here are the 12 things we'll need...
So, are you ready for a consultant to join you?
By nature we have your best interests at heart; it's part of our values to find the best solution to a given problem by working together.
But don't forget that a consultant's role is not only to help you, but also to challenge you.
So, are you really ready to be challenged? Are you really ready to let us help you find the best solution to your problem?
If so then ticking off all the steps in this guide will ensure you get the best value out of your consultancy team, and the best results for your project. We hope to work with you soon!