April 06, 2011

Consultant… how to win CEO heart!!

Have been discussing about how to approach the problem, one of the main focus we struggle to agree upon in the group was what does the CEO want?  The first approach we use started off by trying to look at all the field and try to suggest all sort of improvement.  We then came to think about it and think its too broad and it doesn't sound realistic to the CEO despite it might be possible.  We then started moving our approach to finding a problem in the organization to tackle so that the CEO will see concrete result that they can expect thus feeling more safe and convince in hiring.  More argument have continue if we should make it a look good despite maybe not the whole truth to make it as real life and win the contract in anyways.

Throughout this subject while trying to combine all knwledge including EFQM (CBE), leadership skill (LE), decision making (RDM), DFSS (PIUSS) and Finance point of view (FACS) and just about evreything we have acquired this year.  It have been a very interesting project and hope we can win the CEO heart at the end!! 

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