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7 dirty consultant tricks (and how to avoid them)

Date: April 11, 2011
Author: Dan Tynan
QUOTE: Among their (IT consultants) favorite tricks: Using "scope change" to line their pockets, claiming expertise they do not actually possess, promising you their superstars and then sending in the rookies, purposely delaying decisions and sowing confusion as they rack up billable hours, and collecting kickbacks from other service providers. The worst ones may even hold your company's intellectual property or systems hostage until you pay up.

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