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Management Consulting (BFT 511/3): Subject Guides to Management Consulting

This course is designed to initially overview the consulting profession with a subsequent emphasis on organization consulting issues

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This course is designed to initially overview the consulting profession with a subsequent emphasis on organization consulting issues. Effort will be placed on developing proficiencies in a range of skills required to practice consulting. The course is relevant to those 1) who are specifically interested in consulting careers and / or 2) whose current or future jobs involve staff consulting or line management using consultants.

 The primary objective of this course is to provide student with an opportunity to become familiar with the typical phases in a consulting project. These phases include: selling a project, entering the client firm, gathering data, diagnosing issues, implementing solutions and leaving. In addition to discussing these phases in class, we will discuss how similarly, and how differently, consultants work with their clients. We will also study the functional specialty areas in which most consultants practice. We conclude the course with discussions of ethical issues, career concerns and expert witnessing of consultants.Top of Form


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