Last month, our conversation revolved around customization and how to tailor our solutions to fit the client’s needs.
This time, we’ll approach the same topic from the other side: If there is an “off the shelf” program that addresses a need, why pay for customization? What added value do we bring and what is that worth to the client? To what extent are companies willing (or reluctant) to pay fees for consulting services beyond purchasing materials? Some consultants create stand-alone products that generate passive income. Should these require consultant input to be truly effective?
Come join the conversation for this last session before the summer hiatus.
SIG meetings focus on topics relevant to participants, workplace learning and performance, general business related issues and work/life balance.
Some meetings are open discussions. Others have a focused topic including book discussions or with a subject matter expert, often a SIG member.
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