Are You a Consultant or a Developer?

A look at how successful consulting may depend on understanding the difference.

Ever wondered why projects go off the rails? I do. It keeps me up at night. My livelihood depends on making sure that I understand how to make projects successful. Through years of both successes and failures, I’ve learned there are a variety of reasons for projects to fail. One of those, which is not discussed as often as I believe it should be, stems from the subtle difference between the hiring of a developer rather than a consultant for a customer-facing project role.

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