Management Consultancy

March 2002
Management Services;Mar2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p3
Academic Journal
The guidebook titled "The International Guide to Management Consultancy," edited by Barry Curnow and Jonathan Reuvid, offers a description of the management consultancy profession worldwide, together with advice on how to choose and use its services effectively. Part One identifies the parameters and definitions of management consultancy. Part Two is devoted to ethics and best practice in management consultancy. Part Three scrutinizes the life of the client-consultant relationship. Part Four comprises snapshots of leading practitioners of 13 key consultancy fields. Part Five consists of a general account of consulting in developing countries.


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