eLearning comprising 33 modules teaching the lifecycle of an advanced management consulting project. The course includes 12 months of access to SchellingPoint’s weekly training webinar plus the Certificate of Completion of the Advanced Management Consulting Core Skills course.
“These are the details of consulting in which clients assume we were all trained, but we weren’t. Now we are and can promote that fact. At the same time, projects no longer need to be so unpredictable and our domain expertise produces a greater impact for clients.“
Management Consulting Boutique Co-Founder, Former Brand-Name Firm Consultant
You are an external consultant; at a brand name firm, an emerging boutique, or running your own independent consultancy. You might specialize in an industry, a business process, or a consulting discipline such as strategy development, merger design, program management, et al.
Now you can add Advanced Management Consulting core skills to your list of competencies.
In each case, you are unlikely to have been formally trained in the how-to of conducting an end-to-end management consulting project. Yet in this win-by-an-inch economy, saturated consulting market, impeccable credentials are essential.
The Advanced Management Consulting curriculum is derived from over two-hundred management consulting projects, across all types of organization, and is taught at leading business schools and to leading consulting firms. SchellingPoint identified thirty-three essential activities clients presume their management consultants are trained to perform, but in which few are.
Now, you too can learn the state-of-the-profession skills required to assemble a client group around their most accurate, viable, and endorsed plans and guide them through to desired outcomes. The skills are universally applicable to:
Strategies Policies Programs Charters Roadmaps Innovation Mergers Outsourcing Transformations IT Projects Alliances Process Improvement Culture Change Coalitions Change Management …
any situation where you need to efficiently transform a group from “We each think this…” to “We all agree to do that…” to “We did it.”