Why Thinking Ahead is Overrated

“Let me think about it” would have been my usual response. Instead, I found myself promising, “Sure we can start in 4 weeks”. This was back in 2018. I left the meeting with my newly signed client, fully aware that my fledgling

Lies I have told in job interviews

Oh the masks we don, and the personas we project, in the quest for that plum job. These stories are mostly, but not exclusively, from the early phases of my career, when I was not just finding my feet, but also finding myself. I was quite skilled at being interviewed.

Is the Traditional Consulting Model Obsolete in the Age of Innovation?

Frederick Winslow Taylor, widely regarded as the first management consultant, was the right expert for his times. Changes in industrial production in the early 20th century, best exemplified by Henry Ford’s creation – the assembly line, demanded new levels of routine and conformity from workers.

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