Management consulting is a $250 billion industry and growing at a rate of over 4 percent annually. More importantly, are the seismic changes occurring in the world of work. Some predict that more than 40 percent of the U.S. workforce will be contingent, freelance, or consulting members of the workforce within two years. Rapid changes in demographics and advances in technology have led companies and talent to engage in profoundly new ways and consulting is one of the keys to success.
The Business of Consulting is authentic and practical and share the knowledge and skills required to be a successful consultant including how to determine a consulting fee, a guaranteed way to find clients, and how consultants inadvertently create a bad reputation. The third edition of this book will include:
- New contemporary topics, such as how to success in the gig economy.
- Three new and different case studies
- Introduce new models that have been used with clients over the last few years.
- A list of new trends in consulting jobs
The book will continue to include practical tools, templates, and checklists that the reader can implement immediately and will continue to include topics such as, consulting ethics - which is more important today than ever.