mgt527 | Graduate
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Initial Consultant Practices
- Examine opportunities for improving and innovating the clientâs business.
- Explain the concept of creating a proposal, contract, and statement of work.
- Compare interviewing practices with potential clients.
The Client and Consultant Relationship
- Analyze the different types of client and consultant relationships.
- Develop strategies for effective client and consultant relationships.
- Evaluate ethics, responsibility, and professionalism.
Careers in Consulting
- Hypothesize the future of consulting.
- Evaluate consulting opportunities.
- Analyze marketing skills and opportunities.
- Justify strengths and weaknesses of consultant careers.
Client Feedback and Resistance
- Develop communication strategies for all of the various types of client feedback.
- Appraise all forms of client resistance.
- Develop strategies for handling client resistance.
Managing the Consultant Project
- Assess methods used for gathering data.
- Compare methods of diagnosing issues for improvement.
- Design components of an implementation plan.
- Evaluate the end of contract work.
The Field of Consulting
- Analyze the evolution of the consulting industry.
- Explain the purpose, roles, and responsibilities of the consultant.
- Differentiate between an individual consultant and a consultant firm.
- Differentiate between an internal and external consultant.
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