You need to be clear on what you hope to get out of your project. What do you hope to achieve? Have you budgeted for it? How will you support it internally? Do you have the right level of buy-in from relevant parts of your organisation?
Scale and size of your project
What is the scope of your project. How large or small do you envisage it will be?
What do you expect your consultant to deliver at the end of the project?
What is your overall project budget? Have you taken into account any internal costs you might incur?
What deadline do you have in mind for your project? If you envisage your project being delivered in stages, what are the key milestone dates?
When you are ready, please email Sophie Price to discuss through your specific needs in detail.
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