Consulting Firm

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  • Inclusion in Indian Consulting Firms

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    This paper explores the prevalent practices for inclusion in the services industry, with special reference to consulting firms. It mentions some of the policies being followed in the industry to make the work place an egalitarian one with people exhibiting mutual respect for each other. There are various facets of inclusion which through relevant HR policies, can make day to day work at the organization more balanced and conducive for efficiency. Be it the work life balance, transparency in promotion

  • On Point Management Consulting Firm

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    With over 30 years of varying industry experience, On Point Management Consulting Firm (OPMCF) was created by people with real-world knowledge. We are a management consulting firm with a focus on training that wants to come to the aid of clients in tough-economic times. We will take a look at the big picture and make recommendations that will ultimately lead to excellent client satisfaction. The following pages contain the description of OPMCF, an explanation of services rendered, problems and issues

  • An Internship At A Consulting Research Firm

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    college are institutions that have their impact on students. It becomes a true struggle when students have several responsibilities on top of studying for their courses. Personally, I know this is true for me at my current internship at a consulting research firm. It’s a great honor to be able to work and have an internship at the same time. However, recently there have been troubles with my internship managers that have lead to further speculation. There were several inconsistencies that didn’t make

  • Point Blank Consulting Firm

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    Point Blank Consulting Firm Point Blank Consulting Firm Executive Summary      Bulls Eye Indoor Shooting Range is a Las Cruces start-up company dedicated to providing a safe and professional atmosphere where safety is our main concern. We offer a climate-controlled building that will be useful to all law enforcement, security, military, and private citizens. Company Description      We offer the only indoor shooting range in southern New Mexico. Bulls Eye is equipped with 18 lanes, 25

  • paper

    1359 Words  | 6 Pages

    Topic - ‘How Consulting is changing in India’ Subject - Strategic Management By: Name: Ankur Sharma Roll No: 1303-009 Course: PGDM-Exec ‘How Consulting is changing in India’ Introduction: Consulting business trend, its business and revenue models have been rapidly changing in the recent times (last 5 years) to match the fast growing Indian economy, competition and smarter and informed clients. Indian IT firms have made good inroads to mid and low value part of consulting business in

  • Consulting Industry Case Study

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    Consulting Industry In India: Prospects & Challenges Due to constantly increasing demand, the industry is estimated to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 30 per cent to become a Rs 27,000 crores industry by 2020, as per the reports of The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham). As of now, there are about 6000 consultancy firms in metropolitan cities including Delhi (25.7%) followed by, Mumbai (25.5%), Chennai (12.1%) and Kolkata (9.1%). Moreover, service sector

  • Small and Medium Enterprises

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    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of global economic activity. In emerging economies, SMEs account for over 90% of firms, 60-70% of employment and 55% of GDP. In fact, in India, SMEs contribute more than 8% of the country’s GDP and account for 45% of the manufactured output and 40% of exports. However, the growth of SMEs, especially in India and other emerging countries has slowed down over the last few years. As I see it, a good number of these companies — as enterprising as they

  • 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

  • What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Internal Consultants

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    advisory within one organisation. The main underlying reason for the rise of internal consulting is the fact that organisations are in agreement that there is a constant need for expertise from third parties. Thus, to limit the trend of long term dependence on advisory firms charging exorbitant sums of money, some organisations build up their own internal consulting units. These advisors report back to a central consulting department, which selects certain employees from different business units within

  • 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