Tag Archives: Consulting

The Value of a Consultant, Part 2

As a follow-up to my recent post about the value of a consultant, I wanted to share this related post I just came across from KnowHr entitled “10 Ways to Know It’s Time to Dump Your Consultant.” clipped from www.knowhr.com If he says “synergize” more than three times in 5 minutes. If he’s talking about… Read More »

The Value of a Consultant

One of my good friends called me last night, and our conversation soon turned to concerns about a consultant he had recently hired for his start-up company. Like many new start-ups, he and his partners are experts in their field, and they are passionate about their products and services, but they lack administrative skills. Consequently,… Read More »

Anomoly

Virgin America has a new business partner — a two-year-old upstart ad agency aptly called Anomoly. The agency did not win the contact by pitching a traditional marketing campaign of slogans and 30-second commercials. Instead, the agency offered to “partner” with Virgin America by offering product design, strategic consulting, and other services in exchange for… Read More »