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What Do Consultant’s Actually Do?

Management Consulted

What do consultant’s actually do? It might seem odd, but that’s actually a common question. Listen to Jenny Rae as she shed’s light on what you could expect to do as a management consultant. Youtube Audio Transcription: I am Jenny … Continue Reading. The post What Do Consultant’s Actually Do? appeared first on Management Consulted. business consulting consulting news consulting questions consulting recruiting consulting resources life as a consultant

Globalization in transition: The future of trade and value chains


Global value chains are being reshaped by rising demand and new industry capabilities in the developing world as well as a wave of new technologies. Innovation & Growth

How to be honorable

Seth Godin Blog

Honorable men (at least that’s what they called themselves) used to settle their disputes with dueling pistols. Honorable women used to bind their feet and shame others that didn’t. Honorable humans used to own slaves. “Honorable” has always been measured against the current culture, not an absolute of what we’re capable of. Over time, then, as the culture changes, what used to be honorable becomes dishonorable.

The road to seamless urban mobility


Will the coming mobility revolution make urban traffic better, or worse? Insights on Sustainability & Resource Productivity

How to Debate Ideas Productively at Work

Harvard Business

There are better and worse ways to disagree. Difficult conversations Conflict Collaboration Leading teams Meetings Digital Article

Fielding high-performing innovation teams


Innovation is a team sport. For projects to succeed, they must be staffed with the right combination of talent. Here is how to ensure your initiatives have the players they need to win. Strategy & Corporate Finance Insights

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The new plastics economy: A Danish research, innovation and business opportunity


This report explores the circular economy within plastics for Denmark, a new plastics economy. Firstly, it considers the “plastics challenge” from international and domestic plastics consumption and waste management to remaining knowledge gaps. The second part define a potential vision, targets, and areas of action to tackle the plastics challenge to thereby capture the research, innovation, and business opportunities that it offers. Europe

The State of Socially Responsible Investing

Harvard Business

New types of investments are tied to ESG goals. Financial markets Social responsibility Sustainability Innovation Digital Article