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A Critical Review Of The Five-factor Model For Success Of Internal Consultants Outlined By Christine Miller And Karthik Subbiah (2012)
The concept of internal consultancy is gradually gaining greater recognition in many organizations today. A number of models have been put forward to address challenges faced by Internal Consultants (ICs) as far as business and change initiative's successes are concerned. This article reviewed the five-factor model proposed by Miller and Subbiah (2012) and discusses the challenges of the model as a basis to make the work of the IC successful. Further, we proposed an integrative balanced approach model to enhance the one proposed by Miller and Subbiah (2012).
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