The Not-So-Definitive Guide To Management Consultingby M. F. Moss
No one is safe from the gleaming eye of this management consultant. Equal punishment is given to co-workers lacking in self-awareness, clients who just don’t “get it” and bosses who have no/p>
In an attempt to make sense of the management consulting industry, M.F. Moss provides a fictionalized account of ten years of experience in the industry.
No one is safe from the gleaming eye of this management consultant. Equal punishment is given to co-workers lacking in self-awareness, clients who just don’t “get it” and bosses who have no business managing rats, let alone people.
Are you cut out to be a good management consultant? M.F. Moss’ four rules for management consulting success can help you decide. Key criteria include your ability to look good in a suit and your interest in creating colorful slides.
Benefit from M.F. Moss’ experience through harsh, but true, lessons learned such as:
- The ability to dress oneself should not be the key hiring criteria.
- There is no substitute for common sense.
- Implementation is your enemy.
- Acting like you know what you are doing is often mistaken for true leadership.
Travel along with the author through experiences battling the Sales Prevention Team, bosses who think that a “business case” is the thing you use to carry documents, co-workers who believe that “project scope” is a minty mouthwash, and many more equally frightening characters.
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