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When something is “in,” it means that it is “flowing” and that in turn means a simple result for the company – they’ll likely be rolling out the money here. In the case of management consulting, the funds are not small.
So before deciding on any form of management consulting set out a few facts:
- What do I want to achieve with management consulting?
- So what do I expect from the person providing management advice?
- What is the history (qualifications, experience, results of previous projects) of the person who will provide me with management advice?
- What are the results and assurance of these results that a particular consultant in management consulting can guarantee for me?
You should ask yourself at least these four questions before working with a consulting firm or consultant. As mentioned above, management consulting is simply “in” today; This fact attracts a lot of people (people) to the field. And just like anywhere else, you’ll find lots of good and bad people in this area – people who mean good and bad, good people (professionals) and those who aren’t worth much in terms of management consulting results.
If you are interested in my services, I will help you formulate an answer to the first two questions and provide specific facts, findings, evidence and guarantees in the answers to the other two questions. I have been working in the field of management consulting for nearly 10 years, the results of projects speak for themselves and I am constantly trying to increase my qualifications (at the moment, for example, also through professional management education – MBA, MBA).
Here on my blog you will find some tips that will help you better orient yourself in the tangle of managerial decisions – take it as management advice in “virtual form” …