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    Practical – A good IT consultant has strong opinions and asks a lot of questions to get the necessary information to make informed recommendations. But a good consultant should also be willing to be questioned, willing to consider different perspectives, and able to think on their feet when challenged. Questions can often bring new considerations to light that may change predicted outcomes. At the same time, a great consultant knows how to convey the benefits of a solution they believe in as the right (the best) option for a client.

    Passionate – The right consultant is one who is as passionate about producing revenue-generating results for your company as you are. Enthusiasm is a must; consultants play an important role in gaining buy-in from key stakeholders – and you’re going to need that buy-in to move your project forward.

    Resourceful – A good IT consultant doesn’t necessarily know everything there is to know, but they should have the resources to fill in the gaps (see Lesson #1 above!).

    Visionary – Consulting is as much about seeing the big picture as it is the small details.
    A great consultant can visualize the big picture while also analyzing the minute details to consider how every investment will impact team members across all departments, not just IT. It’s the impact across departmental lines that can make or break an IT investment
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    A great consultant will conduct a comprehensive business assessment and challenge company leadership to examine not just the system, but the people who will use and maintain the technology – and sell them on the benefits of their proposed solution.
    All of these concerns should be factored into the decision without rushing to select the next new shiny object.

    And that’s THE THING. Too often, poor IT investments result from a rush to judgment.
    As an executive, it’s easy to leave the technical decisions to the technology experts, but IT is not a commodity, it’s a strategic imperative.

    If your IT consultant isn’t bringing practicality, experience, resources, and passion to the table and addressing both big-picture and small-picture details, you might be making poor strategic investments. And if that’s the case, your IT consultant is most definitely costing you money, and it’s time to reevaluate.

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  • Vijay's 10:58 am on February 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

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