Tue.Jul 09, 2019

The Little Act that Can Transform Your Consulting Firm

David A Fields

Your consulting firm can take bold actions to win clients and generate value. Today, though, my question is whether you could accomplish more for your consulting firm by focusing on small, mundane acts. Most people harbor an outsized obsession with “the big play.”

MBB Firms

Management Consulted

While MBB means men’s basketball to many avid sports fans, those in the consulting world know the acronym also stands for the holy grail of consulting firms: McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, and Bain. The MBB consulting firms are commonly ranked … Continue Reading.

How To Build A No-Fail Trust Culture

Henry DeVries

A culture of connection, commitment and community has a strong appeal when you seek to attract high-paying customers and clients

Do Your Corporate Values Keep You on the Right Path?

LSA Global

Do Your Corporate Values Keep You in the Right Path? In some organizations, company values are monitored, lived, and rewarded as they help people to make important day-to-day performance and behavior decisions. In other organizations, company values are just empty words and slogans.

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

4 Things HR Leaders Need to Do to Help Their Organizations Thrive in the Future - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM SERVICENOW

Harvard Business

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