Developing Knowledge and Value in Management Consulting

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Anthony F. Buono
IAP, 2002 - Business & Economics - 266 pages
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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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Management Consulting for Client Learning? Clients Perceptions of Learning in Management Consulting
3
Knowledge Management in Action A Study of Knowledge Management in Management Consultancies
33
The Limits of ISO9000 Consulting Methods Toward a Multidimensional Approach
61
Executive Coaching as the Intervention of Choice for the Derailing Executive Some Unanswered Questions
83
Outsourcing Strategic Decision Making Opportunity or Constraint?
113
Creating Collaborative Communities
133
Consultancy Foundations Toward a General Theory
153
Toward a Theory of Management Consulting A Proposed Model and Its Implications
169
Functions and Roles of Management Consulting Firms
209
Huh and Its Variants Signs of Potential Doom?
231
How to Understand Management and Change Is the Actors Logics System Analysis One Useful Answer?
247
Contributors
263
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