• Subject: Re: Programmers vs Consultants
  • From: nina jones <ddi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 06:56:05 -0600
  • Organization: Data Design Inc. http://www.datadesigninc.com

> As a consultant, we must often educate our clients. This sounds like an 
> where I would have had a heart to heart with management. The least they 
>should do
> at that point, would be to consult another firm. A re-write is a large
> undertaking, and the management deserved to know all of the pros & cons. If 
> involved going over the other "consultants" head, so be it.

sometimes it's hard to say why clients make their decisions.  and it may
have nothing to do with logic.  i've found that out thru the years the
hard way.  

the force driving the decisions could be everything to very limited
funds budgeted for the project, to a brother in law deal, to the ceo is
dating the consultant on the sly.  or it could be that you did a
perceived injustice to them and they won't listen to anything you say. 

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