The Seven C's of Consulting: The Definitive Guide to the Consulting Process

The Seven C s of Consulting The Definitive Guide to the Consulting Process Based around the author s C s model Client Clarify Create Change Confirm Continue Close this book takes the reader through each stage from understanding the client s need through to success

  • Title: The Seven C's of Consulting: The Definitive Guide to the Consulting Process
  • Author: Mick Cope
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
  • Format: None
  • Based around the author s 7C s model Client, Clarify, Create, Change, Confirm, Continue, Close , this book takes the reader through each stage, from understanding the client s need, through to successful assignment completion and developing new business out of that success With the help of the crib notes on the pull out back pocket guide, the 7C s model will show you howBased around the author s 7C s model Client, Clarify, Create, Change, Confirm, Continue, Close , this book takes the reader through each stage, from understanding the client s need, through to successful assignment completion and developing new business out of that success With the help of the crib notes on the pull out back pocket guide, the 7C s model will show you how to improve your professionalism, and deliver clear and demonstrable results to clients, bringing them back for .

    One thought on “The Seven C's of Consulting: The Definitive Guide to the Consulting Process”

    1. This book belongs to a category of books I read in desperation when I would have considered anything, even consulting, to break the bond. Who writes books that classifies anything into seven's? Who publishes them? Who actually reads them? Lent by Roland, who has broken his bond.

    2. Seven C's substitutes frameworks and generalizations for insight, the result of too broad a scope ("Consulting") and a lack of personal narrative voice. Consuming 100 pages was a joyless chore with limited specific takeaway value.

    3. Great overview of the consulting process. Lots of strategies and tools. Seemed a bit dense at times but overall really liked it

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