Developing Knowledge and Value in Management Consulting
Anthony F. Buono
IAP, 2002 - Business & Economics - 266 pages
A collection of papers exploring the development of knowledge and value in management consulting. The papers are divided into three sections on: the management consulting industry; trends and techniques in management consulting; and reflections on management consulting.
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