• Tanya S Osensky

How I Help: Consulting Contracts -Scope Clarity

Stephanie is an HR consultant who’s been having a hard time getting one of her clients to pay. After I saw her proposal, I could tell why: her scope description was so vague and had so many gaps that you could drive a train through it.

The result was her customers continually questioned and disputed her bills because they thought they were supposed to get X while Stephanie thought it should be Y.

We carefully went over the scope of her services: what’s included and excluded from the fees, responsibilities of both parties, change management, price and delivery. Since then, Stephanie’s problems went away.

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