Consultant Teams and Strategic Alliances:
Managing Risk, Maximizing Opportunity
Presentation Files will be posted after the eventThink you're in shape to go it on your own? A great subject matter expert and soloist like you "don't need no stinkin' partners,” right?
But, how many contracts are you losing because the project’s requirements seem beyond your scope and scale? Even though you have a perfect boutique solution, you never see or hear about the opportunity, your firm "reads” too small to win and perform, or you decide yourself to "no-bid” based on insufficient past performance or required capabilities.
Consider your firm’s mission, goals, and strategies. Are you capable of scanning, developing, proposing, capturing, and performing enough projects to achieve the revenue and success you desire? Can you be all you want to be with the capabilities you alone possess and control?
Consultants of all types - independent practitioners, boutique firms, and large corporations - employ project teams and strategic alliances to execute their business strategies. But you’ve got to "get smart” to make sure they work for you.
On Thursday, June 13, IMC NCR tackles the complexities and nuances of strategic teaming and alliances with a panel of successful independent consultants and industry experts you don’t want to miss. June’s dinner program will present a moderated discussion of consultant teaming success strategies, project partner war-stories, and real-life strategic alliance lessons learned. Our panelists will discuss:
- Business opportunities and problems that consulting teams and alliances address
- Circumstances and conditions conducive to teams and alliances, and those which are not
- Mistakes made and lessons learned by seasoned consultants in contributing to, forming, and leading consulting teams and alliances
- The payoff for your business of utilizing consulting teams and alliances.
Think you’re "too big” or "too small’ for teams, partners and allies? Think again, Bucky! Come discover the approach that may be right for you. Please join us.
- Parag Amabardekar, Vistage Chair and President, Dash Group, Inc., a strategy, management and technology consulting services firm.
- Francie Dalton, President, Dalton Alliances, Inc., providing consulting services in communications, management, and the behavioral sciences.
- Dr. John Glennie, management and economic consultant, and former Chair of the Argosy University School of Business.
- Baldwin Tom, President, The Baldwin Group, a science and technology firm providing professional services to the Federal government in the environment, health and transportation sectors.
Moderator, Charles Day, President, Charles E. Day and Associates, management consultants in customer service, business process review, and technology transfer.
LOCATION: LeMeridien is conveniently located in Arlington, VA. Just minutes from Washington, DC and only 0.2 miles to the Rosslyn Metro. From Metro, walk north toward Key Bridge and cross North Lynn Street.Register early (by midnight Sunday the week of the event) and get a $10 Discount.
METRO: ROSSLYN (Exit East side, left (north). L on North Moore, right (east) on 19th Street, 1.5 blocks to hotel on left.)
DRIVING: Map and Driving Directions
PARKING: Hotel underground self-parking garage; enter on Nash Street, $20.00/day. Hotel valet $25.00. On street Pay-to-Park where available.