'From a firehose' is the book the author had fervently looked for when he started out in the consulting profession a couple of decades ago. It has taken him more years than he is willing to admit to research and complete this book. Fortunately, it provides tremendous insight into - and tangible value from - the consulting industry which has gone from strength to strength over the last century. A quick scan of the 'Table of Contents' will leave no doubt about the ROI (Return On Investment) of time, money, and effort that this book will deliver. In addition to consulting value, the book covers a wide range of hot business topics that are just not found anywhere else. The core chapters are primarily targeted towards five reader groups:- Current students who aspire to a career in the consulting industry- Consultants who are already making their way within this sector- Corporate professionals who would like to pursue consulting as a career- Management that has retained or is planning to hire a consulting company- Staff and managers that have been asked to work with consulting teamsEach of the chapters and all the other content in this book will undoubtedly benefit any business professional who desires to leverage the vast value being generated by this profession every day, in every sector, industry, function and segment all over the globe. With topics that range from consulting frameworks and mnemonics to tips and techniques for consultants and clients alike, the book leverages a unique, deliverable-focused view of problem-solving and presents a detailed, thought-provoking take on consulting's future. Whether you are a student or consultant aspiring to build a career in the fast, fierce, and flourishing world of strategy and management consulting, or a current or potential client, you will find insights and value in every page of this book.
'From a firehose' is the book the author had fervently looked for when he started out in the consulting profession a couple of decades ago. It has taken him more years than he is willing to admit to research and complete this book. Fortunately, it provides tremendous insight into -
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-09-01 - Publisher: Penguin
You're sitting in a windowless conference room. Twenty minutes into the meeting the presenter finally makes it to slide four of a thirty two- slide deck. At least you can read this one, unlike the others, which were crammed with numbers, graphs and charts. You look around, wondering if anyone
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Hill and Griffith
Medical Investigation 301 introduces older students to an enlightened view of the educational methodology in medical sciences. The book hits with spartan terseness. Expect surprises. The enormous quantity of information students in healthcare must master commonly leaves them familiar with the details of all the trees. But, less comfortable with