After you hire someone, if they turn out to be a bad fit, you’re stuck with the tricky issue of how to let them go… or worse, keep them and the headaches they bring. Here are my 3 “magic” questions to ask every candidate to assess fit and find red flags before it’s too late.
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Be ready to transfer knowledge to clients before the project’s done, or else you’ll be answering lots of unpaid questions later. Use a knowledge transfer to hand-off expertise to clients, to avoid spending unbillable time answering panicked questions later.
Building strategic partnerships with other agencies can be a great way to grow. But how much of the end-client’s budget will you get? Let’s look at options, based on a hypothetical $100,000 web development project that you and another agency are doing. You can apply this technique for other work, too.