what’s your advisory process?
by gary bolinger
profit in disruption
every firm that is serious about advisory services needs one client-facing advisory process that you can articulate to the market, but that is also consistent with how you deliver advisory services and of course operate internally. there is no need to “customize” the advisory process based on the client.
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the value in advisory services is not just in fees from strategic reviews but from all of these services, and often the fees from consulting can be very significant. for this reason, your advisory services need to be structured and not ad hoc. it is important that you have an articulated, repeatable advisory process, which must be client-facing, not just a list of technical services.