Articles for consultants to watch trends, improve strategy, and manage the lifestyle
7 tips to help you make it through your first three to six months so you can go on to build a profitable business you can enjoy for years to come.
In this interview, authors Matt Kohut and John Neffinger discuss techniques that consultants can use to become more effective leaders and more compelling in giving proposals.
They are often hired by clients to provide an outsider’s view, a fresh perspective, unburdened by the politics, cynical attitudes and prejudices that are ingrained with tenured client employees.
In this article, I will provide a complete, empirically based definition of job performance. Because much of what we as consultants do is targeted at improving performance at some level, understanding the theoretical underpinnings of this construct should prove valuable, or at the very least provide some insight.
Whether you’re working at a major consulting firm or a boutique, here are three tips to succeed in your first 10 days. By focusing on these, you’ll develop the relationships, skills and insider knowledge to hit the ground running.
As a business society, we've come to accept that meetings are unavoidably painful and unproductive. To address the problem, leaders will need to take a contrarian view of meetings and apply a few basic guidelines.