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Future of Management Consulting

July 10, 2018 to August 27, 2018

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Future of Management Consulting. As businesses struggle to cope with increasing disruption trends, consulting firms will continue to bring in new clients, how is consulting developing and being disrupted. Consulting firms are facing more competition from technology and freelancers. Technology is changing so fast keeping up to date with the latest trends that clients are asking for is a challenge.

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Panelists (19)

Paolo Beffagnotti Brand Protection Digital Manager
Lisa Hendrickson Consultant & Board of Directors Member
Fehmida Kapadia Helping organizations adopt a customer-centric approach to manage their innovation and marketing strategy.
Adam Malofsky, PhD Elemence - Help, Listen & Learn - $2.5B products sold/yr - $70mm+ raised - Collaborator, Coach, Innovator & Advisor
Sumant Parimal Partner and Chief Analyst of '5 Jewels Research' at Innogress, Also Partner at Stark Consulting Services Inc.
alex magid More than 30 years of business and IT experience
Bart Groenewoud Consulting, Learning & Development, Workshop Facilitation
Irina Koulikova Manager Bain & Company
Christine Hade Omni Channel Brand Marketing & Innovation Executive
Alan A
Patrick Henz Head of GRC US, Regional Compliance Officer Americas, Futurist, Storyteller, AI.
Nimesh Shah Director Internal Audit
Andrei Luchici Advisor & Trainer - Artificial Intelligence
Daniele Vanzanelli Principal @ Arthur D. Little
Giovanni Giazzon Management, Technology & Innovation
Falguni Desai Head of Digital Strategy & Transformation
Chris Toth Senior Research Analyst - Experiential and Consumer Insights
Abhijit Bhavsar Manufacturing Consulting SME | Digital Transformation Lead
Len Keck President, Owner's Representative & Project Management Consultant at Westfield Consulting L.L.C.
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