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Some thoughts on the challenges of goal alignment between consultants and clients

Some thoughts on the challenges of goal alignment between consultants and clients

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  • I just threw some ideas together about the challenges of aligning goals between consultants or service providers and clients. If you have comments I’d love to hear them at BetterProjects.net.

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  • Partnerships and goal alignment
  • This is you
  • This is you, and the things you know
  • This is you, the things you know, and your client
  • And the things your client knows
  • This is your client’s goal
  • And this is your goal
  • They seem to be aligned. Well done.
  • But you actually have a bunch of goals
  • And so does your client
  • It’s kind of like your orientation, or the direction you are heading
  • And your client has one also
  • And while you main goals are aligned…
  • You aren’t exactly on the same page
  • There is overlap, but there are also differences
  • You know it’s good to be aligned with your client
  • But you aren’t
  • You can tackle this issue in different ways ?
  • You can change your locus so that you are more aligned with your client
  • You can expand your scope so that you are more aware of their goals and motivations
  • You can contract a more appropriate resource
  • You can accept the variations
  • Given your client’s goals
  • And what you know
  • What would you do?
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  • www.betterprojects.net Micky