On Tue, 13 Dec 2005 13:51:31 GMT, "tony" <tonyn...@myisp.net> wrote in
What is this feeling based on?
>"technoid" <rconnell5...@wowway.com> wrote in message news:HamdnYR1kcugiwPeRVnfirstname.lastname@example.org...
>OK, that's what I do too. I have a feeling most here perform roles on projects
>I don't provide "auxiliary staffing" for technical projects led byWhere is the line between an expert called in to handle one aspect of
>the client or other firms.
a project (e.g. a database expert who designs a database structure
that is part of a larger project) and "auxiliary staffing"? Is it in
the level of skill? The amount of autonomy granted to each person?
>By "services that look like employee skillsets", I meant when "consultants"Can you give an example of a well-defined service or solution? How
>offer their skills to clients rather than well-defined services or solutions based
>upon those skills.
about one that might satisfy a client who needs a custom application
>I'm still wondering how many people here are more the "auxiliary staff" typesBased on what?
>rather than the "solution provider" types. It would be a good poll if it could be had.
>At this time, I'm thinking that the ICCA is mostly the former types (?).
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