Tuesday February 18, 2020

How To Get Off The Consultants’ Roller Coaster – Forbes

How To Get Off The Consultants’ Roller Coaster  Forbes Tweet This Post

Books consultants should read to become better leaders and negotiators – Business Insider UK

Books consultants should read to become better leaders and negotiators  Business Insider UK Tweet This Post

Why management consultants exit the consulting industry – Consultancy.eu

Why management consultants exit the consulting industry  Consultancy.eu Tweet This Post

Is This The End For Consultants? – Forbes

Is This The End For Consultants?  Forbes In his recent book The Interim Revolution, business transformation expert, Pat Lynes interviews executives about their perceptions of consultants and the results … Tweet This Post

Consulting market of France: €7.3 billion and 38,000 consultants – Consultancy.eu

Consulting market of France: €7.3 billion and 38,000 consultants  Consultancy.eu With a record growth of more than 12% in 2018, the French strategy and management consulting market has broken the € 7.3 billion mark for the sixth year in a … Tweet This Post

Boom times for consultants – The Australian Financial Review

Boom times for consultants  The Australian Financial Review The continued push to upgrade computer systems in the public sector and the fallout from the Hayne royal commission have helped the Australian consulting … Tweet This Post

Top consulting firms according to clients and consultants – Consultancy.uk

Top consulting firms according to clients and consultants  Consultancy.uk Analysis of surveys among over 1000 senior executives and nearly 5000 consultants has identified the UK’s most in-demand consulting firms. Tweet This Post

Pure-play consultants become rare breed amid consolidation – Pensions & Investments

Pure-play consultants become rare breed amid consolidation  Pensions & Investments Pure-play alternative investment consultants are becoming rarer as firms consolidate and add money management. Tweet This Post

Why Consultants Quit Their Jobs to Go Independent – Harvard Business Review

Why Consultants Quit Their Jobs to Go Independent  Harvard Business Review The talent game for big employers is changing. In the past, organizations, and particularly professional *service* firms, could point to the door and remind any … Tweet This Post

3 Reasons New Coaches and Consultants Fail – Harvard Business Review

3 Reasons New Coaches and Consultants Fail  Harvard Business Review In frustrated moments, many professionals long for the independence and income that come with being a consultant or coach. Indeed, the profession can be … Tweet This Post