Write the Contract

Avoid nightmares down the road … put it in writing! Include: Specific deliverables, including interim deliverablesDeadlines for each deliverable and/or phase of the projectFee and payment structure including late charges and direct costs/expensesPersonnel dedicated to...

Saying Goodbye to the Consultant

Goodbyes are not forever. Make sure your point person stays responsible in following-through with the consultant as planned. Continue to be transparent about your issues, needs, strengths, and weaknesses so that the consultant can help you adapt, implement and sustain...

Make Sure It’s a Partnership

In order for the project to be successful, you need to treat the consultant as the trusted partner that they now are. The consultant needs access to you, your board, your employees and information that they likely outlined in their proposal. Provide information the...
How Do You Handle Changes to the Agreement?

How Do You Handle Changes to the Agreement?

Handle Changes Making changes to the scope of work are costly to everyone involved. By defining the project and scope of work as clearly as possible beforehand, and being transparent about your needs and weaknesses, you will decrease the likelihood that major changes...

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