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Following up on our plug for analyst Howard Dresner's open-to-the-crowd BI survey last week, Howard sent along some early findings based on what he's calling a really strong response.

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Yep, pretty much the same comments I had after 10 years in industry hiring consultants. Now, after 15 years as a consultant what about a list for clients?

- Resolve your politics prior to engaging us - Be open to smaller firms who may actually have better price, experience and expertise. (*clients say they are but they aren't) Especially by industry. - Tell us what the terms & conditions need to be. We all have lawyers to deal with...let's cut to the chase. - Going "radio silent" is rude under any circumstance. - The old adage still applies "you want it fast, high quality and cheap....pick two" - If you don't know what the problem is, you need us more than you realize.

I'm sure my compatriots have more to add.

Posted by Scott S | Wednesday, March 03 2010 at 3:06PM ET
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