Wednesday, December 22, 2010

How Much Should the Client Be Involved in Consulting Projects?

For those of you in the consulting business, you may want to read this blog article.

From: [Blog: Consulting and Organizational Development]

Peter Block, author of Flawless Consulting, asserts that, as a consultant, you should not be contributing more than 50% of the effort in a consulting project.  Your client should work the remainder.  You should never be doing what your client can do in a project.

This is especially true for external consultants.  Internal consultants might do more than 50% of the work.  However, they still should strive to have clients do most of the work if those clients are to learn to solve problems for themselves.

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