No More Consultants by Chris Collison, Geoff Parcell
We know more than we think (Sep 2009)
We have all smiled at the apocryphal tale of the consultant who borrows your watch to tell you the time, and then walks off with your watch! Deep down, we all know that there is an element of truth in the story.
If we only recognised and released the capabilities which we had on the inside, our organisations could be so much more efficient, effective and purposeful with the money they spend on consultants.
No More Consultants provides readers with everything they needed to tap into those capabilities. Using the tools and techniques in this book, readers will be able to drill deep inside their organizations to realise the value of their existing knowledge. Employees will feel valued and listened-to, and investment on consultants can be reduced or redirected to the places where there is a genuine need to build new capability.
Blog PostNo More Consultants
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 16 November 2009
A good video collection of interviews with a number of KM people
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by on 20 February 2011
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No More Consultants (Sep 2009) by Chris Collison, Geoff Parcell
We know more than we think
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PersonChris Collison Knowledge Consultant
Geoff Parcell Knowledge Management Consultant
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