Consulting Summit 2001

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.

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.

Of course, when you fill a room with nearly 200 management consultants, the unavoidable chest-pounding will more than likely drown out any large sighs or gloomy forecasters. And so it was in NYC in late November, when the collective clatter steadily escalated as the profession’s minions met to debate, network, and listen to a roster of speakers representing the profession’s premier firms.

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