Keith from Kansas asks: “How do we get an outside advisory council started within our company, and who should we include?”
NSCA responds: As strange as it may seem, you don’t know everything about your own company. A little outside influence and perspective provides clear guidance and a level of expertise that likely doesn’t exist within your organization.
We recommend involving professionals with backgrounds in HR, workforce development, law, and accounting, as well as peers within the systems integration industry (but not employed by your firm).
Find out in this short video who we don’t recommend including in an outside advisory council – and why they should be left out. You’ll also hear about NSCA’s helpful guidelines and procedures for forming your company’s own council.