A Consulting Paradigm Shift

The traditional sense of management consulting sprouted into existence during the Second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century. Manufacturing methods became more mechanized and electrified, and therefore more efficient; as a result, a need for process improvement emerged.

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The traditional sense of management consulting sprouted into existence during the Second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century. Manufacturing methods became more mechanized and electrified, and therefore more efficient; as a result, a need for process improvement emerged.

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