Consulting Industries


Jul

22

2019
Help! I Need a Marketing Consultant!

Help! I Need a Marketing Consultant!

There’s a number of reasons a company of any size would need a marketing consultant for additional expertise. Whether you are looking to create and execute your first marketing plan, rebrand your company, assess your current marketing activities or launch a new product, having an expert on hand who has done it before can save painful lessons learned and often speed things up. Bringing in an...

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Jun

27

2019
Interim Executives vs Management Consultants

Interim Executives vs Management Consultants

The main difference between interim executives and management consultants is that the former not only advise and strategize, they also execute the plans that they create. Execution is something management consultants do not do, hence the name consultant. Another difference between the two is that interim executives are normally paid on a daily rate, while management consultants are normally paid on an hourly rate. The...

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Jun

25

2017
Transitioning from Large Firm Management Consulting to Independent Executive

Transitioning from Large Firm Management Consulting to Independent Executive

The case study of how Steve transitioned from management consulting to independent executive Independent executives come from a variety of backgrounds. Here’s an example of how one executive took his mix of consulting and Fortune 500 experience and turned it into a growing independent practice of his own. Case Study: Knowing Your Audience Steve Kerler has been independently consulting for more than fifteen years. In...

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Nov

29

2016
We Ask the Experts What is Management Consulting?

We Ask the Experts What is Management Consulting?

In this episode, we are joined by members of the Cerius team and ask them why a company would hire a management consultant? And what is management consulting? Matt is a Senior Human Resources Executive who has extensive years of experience with two Global Fortune 100 Companies. He spent his last five years in corporate life as the Human Resource Officer for Ingram Micro Inc.,...

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Jul

07

2016
Top Traits of a Business Consultant

Top Traits of a Business Consultant

Do you have what it takes to become a business consultant? A business consultant doesn’t become one without having extensive knowledge and years of experience. However, there are some who go on to be more successful than others. It’s not because of their work history, but because of their traits. There are certain characteristics which distinguish successful business consultants from ordinary ones. If you don’t...

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Jul

04

2016
Tips for starting an Interim Executive or Business Consultant Business

Tips for starting an Interim Executive or Business Consultant Business

Becoming a business consultant or an interim executive is the next logical step for well-experienced business leaders. Have you reached a point in your career where you’ve learned all you could? Is it time to take shake things up? Meet new people? Help businesses in trouble? If the answer to all those questions is ‘Yes’, then starting a business consultancy or working as an interim...

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Sep

01

2015

Interim Executives vs. Management Consultants – What’s the Difference & Costs?

What is the difference between an Interim Executive and Management Consultant? The term Interim Executive is most commonly used when an executive is brought in to fill a gap between the departure of one executive and the start date of the new executive. However, interim executives can also be used to carry out high-level projects or initiatives; such as M&A work, rebranding, increasing revenues or...

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Jul

11

2014

Part-time Executives – Winds of Change Buffet the Staffing and Consulting Industries (Good!)

Contributed by Pamela Wasley, CEO. Here’s good news for any company that uses staffing or consulting firms. Your sources are multiplying, the quality of talent is high, and the price is a better value than ever. I used to complain that staffing and consulting firms were antiquated because they were still doing things the same way they did 100 years ago. Many still do. However,...

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