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10 Tips for Hiring a Computer Consultant
Computer Consultants Association (ICCA), a national not-for-profit
organization which promotes ethical professionalism within the
industry, offers these 10 tips for choosing a consultant:
Why Hire a Consultant or HOW TO Hire a Consultant
The list of web site links (URLS) and summary of each article follows:
Whatever type of business consultant you decide to hire, you need to choose
carefully. And you need to know how to get the most from the consultant you
select. The Institute of Management Consultancy (http://www.imc.co.uk/)
offers these nine rules for choosing and using business consultants effectively.
part a> A good consultant, looking at your situation objectively, should
be able to identify and implement the solution to the problem more quickly and
efficiently than you or your staff. The trick is knowing what types of problems
warrant a consultant's services. Here are basic guidelines:
part b> Develop objectives that identify: The
RFP provides basic
information about your organization, and the project or problem you would like
the consultant to address. The RFP should establish a general format for the
proposals, which will allow you to evaluate and compare consultants equally and
efficiently. The following is a proposed format for an RFP, which can be
modified to fit the needs of your agency.
part c> How to manage a consultant
Insist on a work plan from the consultant Give the consultant sufficient
information to get them up to speed Request that the consultant provide progress
reports on the project as follows: ...
10 Tips for Hiring a Computer Consultant As business-related technology becomes
increasingly sophisticated and complex, many business owners, office managers
and systems operators are turning to independent computer consultants to develop
high tech business solutions that keep a company ahead of the competition and
ensure their operation has the tools and training needed to run smoothly and
Choosing a Consultant
This is a revised and edited excerpt from Selecting and Retaining a Planning
Consultant: RFPs, RFQs, Contracts, and Project Management by Eric Damian Kelly,
FAICP. It is Planning Advisory Service Report No. 443, published by the American
Planning Association in February 1993.
How To Hire.pdf
How to Hire a Management Consultant and Get the Results You Expect The
inspiration for this manual came from a similar one developed in 1979 for the
Small Business Association of New England by Stewart A Washburn CMC, FIMC, for
The New England Chapter of The
Institute of Management Consultants USA (IMC USA). Richard C.TenEyck CMC,
FIMC, edited the initial manual for national publication. He later served as
Chairman of IMC USA.
Despite numerous fads and changes during the ensuing years, no significant
portion of the original content changed. This attests not only to the
fundamental nature of the material, but also to the dedication of members of IMC
USA to building the management consulting profession.
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