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Using top independents - a risk?
Using top independents - a risk?
Using top independents - a risk?
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Using top independents - a risk?

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  • 1. transformation-leadersUsing top independents - a risk?
  • 2. Quite the reverse; the risk of failure of a project is often far greaterNOT hiring a senior independent to help you in a piece of transition
  • 3. Operating with the clear authorityof the board a top independent liesoutside the internal politics of any organisation.
  • 4. So what you get is objectivity,allied to experience, married to strong ethical drivers.
  • 5. The key to project success is thedevelopment of a strong bond ofmutual trust between a client and the chosen senior independent.
  • 6. END

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