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Best of 2001: The five fundamentals of IT consulting

Although many IT consultants are quite comfortable with their technological skills, they're not as surefooted with their client-relations know-how. This mini white paper can help you fine-tune your approach and strengthen your client relationships.


One of IT Consultant Republic’s most popular contributors is Rick Freedman, a seasoned professional and author of several books on IT consulting, including The IT Consultant: A Commonsense Framework for Managing the Client Relationship and The Econsultant: Guiding Clients to Net Success.

Readers of his columns, “Consulting Q&A” and “Consultant Master Class,” benefit from his 18 years in IT consulting and his experiences as CEO and principal consultant for Consulting Strategies Inc., an IT consultancy based in Lenexa, KS.

So it's no wonder that one of his articles, “The five fundamentals of IT consulting,” is among the five most popular items in IT Consultant Republic for 2001. This mini white paper includes advice and observations from Freedman's book The IT Consultant. See what you can learn from his experience.

Best of 2001
All this week, we’re featuring the articles that TechRepublic members read most in IT Consultant Republic during 2001. Our fifth-ranked article directed members to a sample service level agreement, which was sent our way by a TechRepublic member.

Check back with us tomorrow for our third most popular article.

What are your five fundamentals of IT consulting?
Tell us five guidelines that you’ve used in your career by posting your comments in the discussion below.

 

One of IT Consultant Republic’s most popular contributors is Rick Freedman, a seasoned professional and author of several books on IT consulting, including The IT Consultant: A Commonsense Framework for Managing the Client Relationship and The Econsultant: Guiding Clients to Net Success.

Readers of his columns, “Consulting Q&A” and “Consultant Master Class,” benefit from his 18 years in IT consulting and his experiences as CEO and principal consultant for Consulting Strategies Inc., an IT consultancy based in Lenexa, KS.

So it's no wonder that one of his articles, “The five fundamentals of IT consulting,” is among the five most popular items in IT Consultant Republic for 2001. This mini white paper includes advice and observations from Freedman's book The IT Consultant. See what you can learn from his experience.

Best of 2001
All this week, we’re featuring the articles that TechRepublic members read most in IT Consultant Republic during 2001. Our fifth-ranked article directed members to a sample service level agreement, which was sent our way by a TechRepublic member.

Check back with us tomorrow for our third most popular article.

What are your five fundamentals of IT consulting?
Tell us five guidelines that you’ve used in your career by posting your comments in the discussion below.

 

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