2 responses to “Another Reason Why I Object To Feasibility Studies (Part #1 of 2)”

  1. Wow, that sounds like there’s opportunity for a bit of deception in not releasing the details of the interviews. I wonder how many consultants do that and get away with it? It’s certainly not good for our profession if it is happening.

    Sandy Rees, CFRE

    1. Sandy,


      is one of the words I use to describe that process; but, not every person/firm that does feasibility studies and insists on

      confidential interviews

      does so to deceive. Many do it that way because

      that’s the way it’s always been done !!

      Either way, The Feasibility Study (as traditionally structured) really is obsolete.

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