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any organizations grow too big too fast before they realize that their processes and structure are not streamlined. A clumsily structured organization is slow
to respond to market changes and this directly affects their bottom line. Frequently,
a management consultant is needed to provide an independent, objective view
of the organization's problems. Being an outsider, the management consultant
is in a better position to present solutions to business issues. An internal
staff, although given this task, would still be restricted by his relationships
within the organization and his familiarity with the organization's 'culture'.
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Frequently, organizations need to be ISO certified as part of their compliance
with government regulations. Many official bodies are restricted to dealing
only with ISO certified companies. This can be a long tedious process and the
management / ISO / quality consultant will need to be completely familiar with
the local laws and regulations pertaining to this. Even after the company has
achieved ISO status, frequent followups need to be conducted by the consultant
to ensure that the organization remains compliant.
A management consultant can turn a badly performing, archaic company into a
sophisticated, successful business operation. The management consultant needs
to have an eye for detail, be innovative - an out-of-the-box thinker. He will
need to have great people-handling skills because the very nature of his job
involves change, and people are naturally resistant to change. The management
/ ISO / quality will involve extensive travel and continuing education, but
the rewards are obvious - job satisfaction, recognition and MONEY!