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  • Human Resource Management

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    mission “Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (also known by its brand name Deloitte or Deloitte Consulting) is one of the Big Four auditors, a group of the largest international public accountancy firms, and the second largest professional services firm in the world after PricewaterhouseCoopers. At $16.4 billion USD, it earned the most revenue out of the Big Four in 2004.” (Definitions of Deloitte on the Web) Deloitte Consulting is a part of a much bigger complex Human Resources system. However, every system

  • Bcg Growth Share Matrix

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    WHAT IS THE BCG GROWTH-SHARE MATRIX? To begin with, BCG is the acronym for Boston Consulting Group—a general management consulting firm highly respected in business strategy consulting. BCG Growth-Share Matrix (see figure 1) happens to be one of many of BCG's strategic concepts the organisation developed in the late 1970s, and is being taught at leading business schools and executive education programmes around the world. It is a management tool that serves four distinct purposes (McDonald 2003;

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • The Rise and Fall of Arthur Andersen

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    lost their jobs and pensions. Another company involved in the scandal was Arthur Andersen, an accounting firm; Enron was their client. Arthur Andersen continued to perform bad audits even after a warning from SEC. If Arthur Andersen employees had been ethical, after the warning, the Enron Scandal would not have had led to the conviction and dissolution of the Arthur Andersen accounting firm. Arthur E. Andersen was born in a small town in Illinois and by the age of 16, he was an orphan. He was

  • Peer Davies Gleave Case Study

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    examples) Steer Davies Gleave is an international transportation consulting company. The firm is built on comprehensive offering of transportation related consulting services. SDG has differentiated itself by offering services that are high in quality, utilize unique approaches, and employ top industry professionals as project leads. The company has grown from a 3-person consultancy based primarily in London to a mid-sized international firm. Today, the company generally uses the full name in the logo

  • 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

  • Miller Case Study

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    happily married to his wife who works at the same factory. He has children but they are raised and moved out of the Miller’s home. He wants to work another ten years before retiring but is rethinking this decision due to the company hiring a consultant firm who has recommend a job enrichment program and his job will be the first to be effected by this program. Right now he just uses the machines and sews but under the new program he will also have to get his own materials, get his own needles, perform

  • The Big Four Auditors

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    Auditing, Taxation, and Consulting. KPMG basically works with all these departments. An audit is mainly a checking of financial records. It is to show proof or documentation of business activities. The “auditor” then checks these documents and recorded events to make judgments and give opinions on how to improve effectiveness on control and risk management. All public companies, by law, have to undergo audits. It is crucial to see whether the capital being invested in firms is being done legally.