IS Consultancy Practice provides participants with the skills they need to act as either an external or internal information systems consultant. These skills may be in support of their primary role, such as business analyst, or as a stand alone consultancy role. A comprehensive range of topics are covered, including:
The structure of the IS/IT industry and the role of IS consulting
Management of the customer relationship
Assignment structure, management and control
Management of people and relationships
Conducting a consulting assignment
Managing the quality of consulting assignment
BCS courses are delivered by Accredited BCS Training Partners
During the course, participants will be encouraged to apply these and other techniques in the context of a typical assignment. The stages of this assignment will include: Gaining Entry, Contracting and Assignment Initiation, Identifying Problems and Requirements, Diagnosis and Solution Definition, Implementing and Taking Action, Closing and Review
This course is delivered by trainers who bring their substantial experience of practical consultancy and change projects to the programme. The case study on which the course is built is based on a genuine consultancy assignment. A very comprehensive manual, containing detailed information about consultancy techniques and providing references for further reading, is supplied as part of the course
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