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Struggling economy hits Brazilian consulting market
Electoral uncertainty combined with the weak economy impacted the Brazilian consulting industry’s performance in 2014, and 2015 doesn’t look much better... read more
How the Culture within Consulting Firms can Impact an Individual’s Professional Development
Culture is the glue that binds a firm together and it’s the hardest thing for competitors to copy, write IRG Executive Search. read more
Retail potential on African continent confirmed
AT Kearney’s 2nd African Retail Development Index reconfirmed the continent’s retail potential. read more
New A.T. Kearney Global Report: CEOs and Senior Executives See Growth Opportunities Mixed with Mounting Risks and Operational Difficulties Ahead
WASHINGTON - The business landscape heading into 2016 will be one of increasing operational difficulties and continued economic and geopolitical volatility, mixed with growing opportunities, according to A.T. read more
Business Of Consulting: MBAs Flush Consulting As Firms Ramp Up Recruitment
Union between business school and consulting firm has never been stronger. read more
Deloitte acquires LRA Worldwide to provide brand and reputation management solutions to measure customer experience
New York — The combined value of the top 100 global brands is more than $3 trillion, according to a recent BrandZ™ report. read more
China Tops the 2015 A.T. Kearney Global Retail Development Index™ Ranking
CHICAGO- In a report released today by A.T. read more
A.T. Kearney Helps Senior Executives Reclaim Strategy as Key Leadership Tool, Including in Times of Disruption
CHICAGO - Agility has become the most recent mantra in management and is often seen as a substitute for long-term strategy in today's tumultuous business environment and rapidly shifting markets. read more
2015 A.T. Kearney FDI Confidence Index® Nearly Three-Quarters of Countries Ranked in Top 25 are Developed Economies; U.S. and China Hold Top Two Positions for Third Straight Year
United Kingdom rises to #3 to lead Europe; Canada comes in #4 * Asian Investors, the Most Bullish, Emphasize Frontier Markets. read more
The 2015 Global Retail E-Commerce Index Ranking
Today, A.T. read more
Employers need more support to successfully implement flexible working
Only 36% of employers have an official flexible working policy despite over half thinking it improves retention, particularly of women, and over a third saying it makes workers more efficient, according to a poll. read more
Focus on Core Business Drives Increase in Chemicals M&A, According to A.T. Kearney
China and North America will drive mergers and acquisitions in the chemicals industry during 2015. read more
Fortress strategy under siege
You can get really bogged down in how to segment the consulting industry, so I’ve developed a simple, Disney-style model to explain the current dynamics of the market says Fiona Czerniawska, co-Founder of Source. read more
Boost for Britain's Rail Industry as Network Rail Consulting Helps Secure Major Middle East Contract
Network Rail Consulting, as part of a British consortium, today announces that the consortium has been appointed by the Saudi Railway Company (SAR) to be its partner, providing management and technical support for infrastructure, freight and passenger operations on one of its rail projects, the North South Railway (NSR). read more
A.T. Kearney Predicts Increased Oil & Gas Mergers and Acquisitions in 2015
Latest report highlights need for O&G companies to seize merger and acquisition opportunities created by lower oil prices. read more
A.T. Kearney Earns Perfect Score in 2015 Corporate Equality Index
A.T.Kearney, a leading global consulting firm, has earned a perfect score of 100 in the 2015 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) in the US. read more
Slowing economy impacts the Brazilian consulting sector
The recent election and the delayed impact of the global financial crisis contributed to a slowdown in Brazil’s consulting market. read more
A.T. Kearney Global Research on Connected Consumers Looks at What Motivates Online Behaviors
Today, A.T. read more
Stronger Supply Chains Could Boost Economy By £380BN - CBI
Potential for 500,000 new jobs across Britain’s regions Targeted action to revitalise domestic supply chains could inject £30 billion into the economy by 2025, creating more than half a million jobs across the United Kingdom, according to a new CBI report. read more
Leading Company Procurement Organizations Generate Twice the Average Measurable Cost Reduction According to Global A.T. Kearney Study
Their success formula uses procurement as a catalyst to drive durable business performance through excellence in managing categories, suppliers and teams. read more
Deloitte: how to turn strategic risks into opportunities
Deloitte today released Deloitte on Disruption, a commentary that examines why business leaders often fail to act in the face of strategic risks and includes counsel on how to embrace strategic risk, rather than simply avoid it. read more
Bank M&A: Acquisition of IT Companies Can Generate Higher Value, A.T. Kearney Study Finds
Bank-Tech deals can lead to 10 to 15 percent increase in share price while Bank-on-Bank Mergers show returns in the 4 to 6 percent range. read more
Top Procurement Groups Deliver 7x Return on Investment According to Global Procurement Study by A.T. Kearney, ISM and CIPS
Only 10 percent of Chief Financial Officers have been engaged successfully and recognize the value and contribution of their procurement team. read more
Australia second only to Britain in use of consultants
Australia has the second highest usage of consultants in the world, relative to GDP, as government spending on outside advisers passes $700 million thanks to the National Broadband Network - reports The Australian. read more
Australian consulting market slows on the back of political and economic uncertainty
Growth in the Australian consulting market slowed in 2013 – growing by just 2% to just over US $4.2bn. read more
Internet to help growth of telcom companies' revenues, says AT Kearney
Mumbai: The expected explosion in telecom penetration and increasing popularity of smartphones would help telecom companies earn an additional $8 billion or Rs 50,000 crore in incremental revenues in the next three years, a report released by a consultancy firm said today. read more
NACDS, A.T. Kearney to Unveil Results of "Winning with Digital" Study at NACDS Total Store Expo
In conjunction with A.T. read more
Latin America, China prime for retail expansion
Chile is primed for retail expansion as the country nabbed the top spot on the 2014 A.T.Kearney Global Retail Development Index (GRDI) for the first time. read more
GCC retail industry shows sustained growth: A.T. Kearney Global Retail Development Index
The GCC continues to show strength as a retail market with five countries--UAE, Kuwait, KSA, Oman and Jordan-- ranked among the top 25 in the '2014 A.T.Kearney Global Retail Development Index (GRDI)'. read more
Scarce resources in the Gulf: the problem is the opportunity
Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention, writes Fiona Czerniawska, co-founder of Source. read more
Growth potential of GCC consulting market attracts the big ideas
As the GCC consulting market edges towards $2bn landmark, a new report released today (18 November 2013) has found that the largest consulting firms in the world are investing more time and money into developing thought leadership in the Middle East than any other emerging market or country. read more
Debt to drive M&A surge for chemicals businesses
Five year outlook identifies 27 companies to repay more than $140bn. read more
A strategy for mutually assured value destruction?
Our management consultancy columnist Mick James considers the rumour that Accenture is going to buy strategy house Booz – and assesses the prospects for a happy union. read more
More tweets and retweets required for consulting firms, finds new report
After analysing almost 60 Twitter accounts from leading consulting firms over a five month period, and assessing which are most successful by the all-important measure of engagement, White Space has found that consulting firms need to be much more active in this area. read more
Retailers underuse store and customer data, says A.T. Kearney
A.T.Kearney has just released the 2013 Achieving Excellence in Retail Operations (AERO) Study. read more
US sustainability consulting market 'is not for the faint hearted'
A diverse collection of eight services firms – CH2M HILL, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, ERM, KPMG, McKinsey, PE International and PwC – lead the way. read more
Carrie Shea of AMG Strategic Advisors Receives Consulting Magazine's 2013 Top 25 Consultants Achievement Award
Publication's honor highlights Shea's accomplishments in being the first to blend a sales and marketing agency with a growth-oriented strategic consultancy. read more
GCC consulting market closes in on $2bn landmark
A report released today (21st April 2013) by Source Information Services (Source), has found that the combined GCC consulting market grew by 18 per cent between 2011 and 2012, and is now worth just short of $1.9bn. read more
A.T. Kearney makes two senior leadership promotions
Outgoing UK Managing Partner Phil Morgan to take global Senior Leadership role. read more
Johan Aurik elected Global Managing Partner of A.T. Kearney
Brussels-based partner starts three-year term January 1, 2013. read more
KPMG appoints Partner to UK Operations Strategy Group
Robert Browne joins KPMG after 12 years at Monitor Group, where he led the organisation’s European Marketing and Pricing team. read more
Management consulting intelligence firm Source opens Dubai office
Consulting firms to benefit from the first locally sourced market intelligence on the Middle East consulting market. read more
Moving between consultancy firms – How and why
For those who decide to enter the industry, consultancy offers a wide range of opportunities: varying from the public sector to financial services and from telecommunications to media, consultants can find themselves operating in a range of environments. read more
A.T. Kearney works with Nishigo Village and Shimogo Town of Fukushima to aid Fukushima’s recovery
Project identifies six industry clusters to support region’s recovery. read more
Management consultancy Inzenka likes to hustle
Chasing new ideas can be a distracting obsession, Larry Zentner, co-founder of Inzenka, tells Mick James,’s management consultancy columnist. read more
Cognizant lays out ambitious growth plans
Mick James,’s management consultancy columnist, talks to Mark Livingston, senior vice president of Cognizant Business Consulting, and discovers the company wants to build a world-class advisory firm from a different angle. read more
Allen Merrill to lead Kurt Salmon’s Global Financial Services
Merrill was previously a principal at McKinsey & Company, a director at Bain & Company, and head of A.T.Kearney’s Global Financial Services business. read more
Twenty-year study shows superior long-term financial performance for S&P 500 corporations that promote CEOs from within
Compensation cost to place an outside CEO is 65 percent higher on average than for an internal candidate. read more
A.T. Kearney: Shifting global business environment reshuffles deck for global offshoring destinations
While India, China and Malaysia remain top offshoring destinations, wage changes and currency flux lead to major changes in the rankings. read more
A.T. Kearney offers viable future model for the internet
A.T.Kearney has released a report on “A Viable Future Model for the Internet”, which explores the technical and commercial sustainability of the current explosive growth in traffic and services, especially video. read more
Deloitte in talks to take over Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
Deloitte's US consultancy division is in talks to take over Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, the companies have confirmed. read more releases European consulting rankings for 2011
Bain & Company Europe named Best European Consulting Firm to Work For; McKinsey voted Most Prestigious. read more unveils 2011 consulting practice are ranking, a source for consulting industry analysis, has released its Consulting Firm Practice Area Rankings for 2011, revealing how consulting firms rank in seven practice areas ranging from Economic Consulting to Human Resources Consulting. read more
A shift in global consulting firms' competitive positioning
Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory evaluates top performing consultancies and identifies crucial upsets along the way. read more
McKinsey takes top spot for 9th straight year in most prestigious consulting firm ranking
Much in line with McKinsey’s repeat at the top, this year's prestige ranking showed a remarkably low rate of movement from last year. read more ranks top consulting employers
Bain & Company tops new ranking system as Best Consulting Firm to Work For; niche firms rise in prominence. read more
A.T. Kearney achieves Carbon Neutrality in Global Consulting Operations fulfilling 2007 pledge
Global management consulting firm A.T.Kearney today announced it has achieved carbon neutrality across its worldwide operations, fulfilling its first-in-the-industry 2007 pledge to be carbon neutral in 2010. read more
Booz & Co and A.T. Kearney call off merger talks
The companies said they are better off as separate firms. read more
Global Expansion a Must for Retailers: A.T. Kearney Study
Slow growth, heavy discounting and more fickle shoppers in recession-weary developed markets mean retailers should be increasingly focused on international expansion, according to the 9th annual Global Retail Development Index study from management consulting firm A.T. read more
Strategy Consulting - up or down the mountain?
Strategy: now there’s a 50-dollar cigar of a word, says Mick James,’s management consultancy columnist. read more
Elizabeth Sands joins A.T. Kearney as head of organisation and transformation practice
A.T.Kearney, the global management consulting firm, has announced that Elizabeth Sands has joined the company as principal of the firm’s expanding Organisational Transformation and Change (OT&C) practice. read more
Arthur D. Little China appoints Michael Tse as Director
Tse has over 20 years of experience in industry and management consulting in Greater China, Asia and the US. read more
A.T. Kearney Middle East with new managing director
With 25 years of consulting and industry experience, of which the past three years have been spent in the Middle East, Dan Starta has a combination of global expertise across various industries combined with regional understanding. read more
Strategy consulting firms jolted into action
Kennedy's research, "Strategy Consulting Marketplace," explains the key agents of change affecting the nature of Strategy consulting demand. read more
A.T. Kearney: Multinational companies turning to Chile for global services
Business-friendly environment differentiates country as a service provider. read more
New A.T. Kearney study maps a decade of shrinking IT innovation
The study found that IT innovations were adding value in virtually every aspect of a business. read more
A.T. Kearney: Solar power key for MENA countries to stay energy game
The global management consulting firm says solar power can create 100,000 jobs in the region. read more
Arthur D. Little CEO identifies trends for competitive advantage in new book
The book examines the challenges facing the modern corporation and provides insights into how companies can remain innovative and competitive both now and in the future. read more
A.T. Kearney selected to develop carbon disclosure supply chain report
The report to provide Carbon Disclosure Project member companies with best practices in the management of supply chain carbon emissions. read more
A.T. Kearney releases 2009 ranking of global corporate champions
Corporate success in changing environment dependent on vision and discipline. read more
Bain takes top slot in annual Consulting Magazine Best Firms to Work For survey
It's seven straight years at No 1 for Bain. read more
Management consultants’ pay rises more elusive than bonuses
Pay rises averaged just 3.6% of basic salary - for those that received any pay rise at all in the last 12 months - down from 6% in 2007, latest salary benchmarking report from finds. read more
A.T. Kearney: Geography of offshoring is shifting
India and China continue as top offshoring destinations; but Central/Eastern Europe falls while Southeast Asia and Middle East countries rise. read more
Atos Origin names global consulting head
Hervé Payan joins Atos Origin as executive VP of Global Consulting, tasked with consolidating the company’s consulting business into a single global service line. read more
Where are the Management Consultants?
Kam Eftekhar is a Top-Consultant reader frustrated with the management consulting profession. read more
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