Affordable Business Consulting – Use Your Own Staff

StrategyDriven’s radically different approach to management consulting allows you to use your own staff, not requiring you to use ours, so your people benefit from the project experience and then keep this knowledge within your organization.

 
Ask yourself, when was the last time you paid your first or second year associates $180,000 to $240,000 per year commensurate with your consultants’ $90 to $120 per hour consulting rate for staff personnel? Ever feel like you’re paying for the on-the-job training of your consultants’ staff?
 
From time-to-time, all organizations encounter a need for specialized knowledge, skills, or resources they don’t maintain on staff. When the need is temporary, the engagement of high-quality consultants is a great way to fill these gaps.

But every dollar spent on consultants should go to bettering your company’s bottom line, not building-up your consultants’ businesses or paying for unnecessary overheads.

When you engage StrategyDriven, you provide the staff; enabling knowledge transfer into your organization and dramatically lowering costs in a way that is unmatched by traditional consulting firms.

Combine this with our “only as much as you need” use of our seasoned business leaders, our vast array of fully developed methods and tools, and our elimination of high cost overheads such as bricks and mortar offices and you get superior advisory services at a dramatically lower cost.

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