Critical Consulting: New Perspectives on the Management Advice Industry
Timothy Clark, Robin Fincham
Wiley, Oct 8, 2001 - Business & Economics - 296 pages
The critical analysis presented here evaluates what management consultants offer as well as analysing the emergence of their industry as a contemporary social phenomenon.
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Extraordinary and based on facts, Timothy & Robin have indeed helped both consultant and client to avoid the beaten track.
For researchers on consulting, or academics with an interesting in consulting, a must have. All the major critical authors on consulting represented here. Just remember while reading all the incisive criticism about what's wrong with consulting, that the consultants themselves, who will never own this book, continue to have unabated market success, with annual global revenues estimated by Kennedy Information to have recently topped the $300 billion mark.