In your own words, please answer the following questions...
A. What if the Internal Consultant has intimate knowledge of the organization and has a different perspective on Operations than one particular line manager. Is it permissable to say 'no' in this case? why or why not?
B. Should there be an effort to ensure that there is a an equality of power between the internal consultant and client (Manager)? (I understand that this may not always be possible).
C. Suppose you were an Internal Consultant at your workplace assigned to do a PC in another department. How do you manage the inevitable tension that results from walking a tight-rope between your manager and your client?
Business Consultant questions are posed.