Management Consulting with Teeth

Posted by Romeo Elias on Sun, Nov 19, 2006 @ 09:29 AM

On behalf of Andrew Young

One of our partners and friends, John Thomas, Principal of The Windward Group spoke with me on the phone the other day. To make a point, he instructed me to search the words management consulting criticism on Wikipedia. In particular, John pointed out this exerpt, "A number of highly critical books about management consulting argue that the mismatch between management consulting advice and the ability of business executives to actually create the change suggested results in substantial damages to existing businesses...". "That is what always bothered me about consultants", he said. Most will leave behind slide presentations, documents, and advice which just gathers dust without an automated system to implement it.

This is another illustration what makes Interneer so powerful for consultants, internal or external. With no programming experience they create the workflows, processes, and framework to validate, execute, and track their plans, long after they go. They build the vision and the machine that gets their clients there. This is engaged management consulting with teeth.

If you want more teeth in your consulting, contact us.