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  • Infosys Consulting

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    Infosys Consulting Case Analysis The market for IT industry was huge and expanding at a fast pace. However the market leaders were Accenture and IBM which had a negligent market share and rest was captured by small enterprises. Indian companies also ventured in the industry and due to their competition, IT multinational giants had to increase their base in India. Due to high opportunities, attrition rate was also high in this industry. As a result Indian companies like Wipro, Infosys increased

  • Consulting Case Study

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    ‘Consulting’ is a ‘one size - fits all’ term that generally includes giving advice in the business world. The ‘Management Consulting’ includes the specialised advise to the businesses with regard to strategic and operational issues. Consulting Industry is a highly paid and high profile field of the business world. The management consultants conducts research, collect data (from various resources) and analyse it with using different suitable tools; the ultimate target being an improvement in the client’s

  • Management Consulting

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    management consulting and IT services, dedicated to helping its client companies to develop and transform their organizations at every step of the value chain. Early 2002, the organization employed more than 56,500 people throughout Europe, North America and the Asia-Pacific region and the Group reported 2001 revenues of 8.4 billion euros. The Group offers its local and international clients, in more than 30 countries, services in: ·     management and technology consulting; ·     systems

  • It Consulting Services

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    With so many consulting firms offering services tailored to your business it seems it may take more time to decide on one company than it would for them to formulate a proposal. The decision is difficult because each one promises to devise a strategy that will take your company to the top of whatever industry you are in. These companies promise to save time, money and headaches. And offer services from data storage solutions to virus protection to vow to streamline your infrastructure. Two companies

  • Academic Consulting In Education: The Challenge Of Academic Consulting

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    Bologna system and the study abroad program, however the lack of academic consulting leads to a growing number of young people who are dissatisfied with their career choices relation to their educational background. Academic consulting is service that would advise students in making their professional choices and find a school compatible with their job aspirations and personal qualifications. The challenge of academic consulting is a widespread problem in Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Russia, because

  • Boston Consulting Group: The Boston Consulting Group

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    The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is an American worldwide management consulting firm and leading advisor of business strategy. Founded in 1963, BCG is a private company spreading on 46 countries with more than 900 partners worldwide, reaching more than 12,000 employees and 18,000 alumni. The firm advises clients on private, public, and non-for profit sectors. It is considered as one of the most prestigious management consulting companies. Furthermore the firm was classified as second in Fortune’s

  • marketing consulting

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    Marketing Departments in mid-sized businesses face lots of challenges such as how to target customers more efficiently, how to increase market share, how to compete in the market-place and be ahead of competition, and how to increase one-to-one communications with customers. The unsteady economy has pressured businesses to become as streamlined as possible, leaving marketing departments short on budget and staff. Today, our role as Marketing Consultants is to help companies not only retain current

  • Ethical Dilemma in Consulting

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    Ethics in Consulting Ethics dilemmas in consulting Ethics has become an important topic in business today with good reason. Just look at the headlines: Rajat Gupta Scandal, Anil Kumar and Rajaratnam scandal, Enron, Worldcom, Health South, Great depression, financial crisis due to unethical behaviour by the banks etc. All of these cases are related to consultants either directly or indirectly and they occurred due to the moral fallacy of some of them. Ethics is an extremely relevant value in

  • Disadvantages Of Consulting And Management

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    Consulting and management are experts who are skilled in solving problems, create and implement strategies, and improve the overall working environment of the organization. Consultants assist their clients in solving issues within the company and to develop a plan for improving the company’s future goals. Businesses hire these professionals for their unbiased opinion. They conduct research, perform data analysis, provide feedback, and present their results of their findings. However, a management

  • Management Consulting Case Study

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    Management consulting 1. Introduction The world management consultancy industry is anticipated to be worth over $300 billion annually. The importance of it globally cannot be overestimated. Management consulting takes places in different functional areas for example business strategy, human resources, manufacturing, marketing, and finance. Initially management consulting was laying directly on areas of strategy in productivity and Technical area and also organisation area. This two concept