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A consultant is an individual who is a recognised authority or expert in a professional field, with special skills or knowledge not possessed by ITC staff. Consultants perform result-orientated tasks of a temporary nature for which there is no continuing need in the Organisation and which the Organisation is unable to meet from within the staff.
An individual contractor is an individual engaged from time to time under temporary contract to provide expertise, skills or knowledge for specific task or piece of work against payment of an all-inclusive fee. The work assignment may involve full-time or part-time functions similar to those of staff members, such as the provision of translation, editing or secretarial/clerical and part-time maintenance services.
Following are, though not limited to, list of benefits to a company 1. Deliver visible performance improvements consistently 2. Become better equipped to ensure a common approach 3. Reduce the aggravation and resistance to change internally 4. Develop better models and clearer communications 5. Reduce the time for and pain of change 6. Use a method that scales for both small and large projects 7. Understand the roles and responsibilities of the people in the process 8. Know when to use the right tools for the job (e.g. root cause analysis, Lean, Six Sigma)