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Do Partners Really Buy-in to Change at Your Firm?

Most organisations are not good at implementing projects that require people to work differently (eg new appraisal processes, mentoring programmes, key account programmes, new IT add-on systems etc). Programmes get initiated, but often fizzle out ┬ábefore any great added value … Continue reading

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Should senior support staff in professional service firms see their role as that of an internal consultant?

I’ve run 3 different BD functions in professional service firms and tended to see the role as an internal consultancy. But this was probably because I’d spent 6 years as a management consultant in Deloitte working with timesheets and FTSE … Continue reading

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