Knowing when to say when

When I enter into a contract with a client, much of the language included deals with their responsibilities to the project we’re undertaking. In the business of consulting, that is often not the case – consultants are hired to come in and give the business owner or manager a to-do list and then they leave, not caring whether the to-dos have been done.

The approach that YJC takes is different – we address each consulting relationship as a temporary partnership – I may know how to get things done, but both parties have responsibilities to each other to ensure accountability and […]

July 13th, 2015|Consulting|