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Stitch World March, 2016

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Third-party advice from consultants often brings a sense of unease and apprehension across an organization. They are often decried for a set of reasons. To cite a few – the consultants are outsiders, their interpretations and impressions of the organization are not coalescent with the top management’s vision, little hand-holding, glut of ‘know-how’ but dearth of ‘do-how’, and the list goes on. Virender Goyal, MD of Hong Kong-based APLOS agrees, “The consultancy model is not much appreciated anymore as they are accused of only telling the solutions, while costing the organization anywhere between US $ 100,000-200,000.”  Virender is not looking at defending any such accusations.  “We have instead chosen to meet the…

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