Consulting is at a crossroads. Whether through the launch of new products or services, entry into new geographic or customer markets, adoption of revolutionary new technologies, or through better talent sourcing and development, clients are looking to consultants to lead the way. Those clients are confronted with abundant challenges including the impact of disruptive technologies, the imperative to transform business models and overcoming the complexity of new and ever-changing consumer behaviors and engagement models.
Consulting is at a crossroads. Whether through the launch of new products or services, entry into new geographic or customer markets, adoption of revolutionary new technologies, or through better talent sourcing and development, clients are looking to consultants to lead the way.
The Consulting Summit is the one of the consulting profession’s premier networking events. Join consulting colleagues, co-workers and clients at this one-day event that promises to answer the tough questions and the biggest challenges facing the profession.
Did you ever wonder where your firm stands against the best consulting firms in the profession? At this working breakfast, Joe Kornik, Publisher & Editor–in-Chief of Consulting Magazine, will mine exclusive industry data collected from the magazine's annual Best Firms to Work For and Best Small Firms to Work For surveys.
Last year's Consulting Summit focused in on the future by taking a good hard look at where we are today. The day's agenda provided plenty of proprietary research and analysis from Consulting magazine's sister company—Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory (KCRA).
As clients make the transition to be more data-intensive, experience-based enterprises, there's a technology component to that change, but there's also massive organizational and cultural transformation required. The consulting profession is going to have to adjust.
When you recall the atmosphere of uncertainty and fear that seemed to cloud over much of last fall, there were few industry gatherings that projected more bare-knuckle optimism, perhaps, than Kennedy Information’s Consulting Summit 3.0.
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