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Consulting

Consulting ranks among the booming industry of capitalism. This category will introduce you to the industry’s two perspectives: Advice for consultants on how to best deal with clients and advice for clients on how to deal with consultants. Pick the viewpoint that matches your needs.

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Flawed Advice and the Management Trap
Book
 

Chris Argyris

Oxford UP, 2000

(6)

The McKinsey Mind
Book

Ethan M. Raisel and Paul N. Friga

McGraw-Hill, 2001

(7)

The New Advisor for Life
Book

Stephen D. Gresham

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011

(7)

The McKinsey Way
Book

Ethan M. Rasiel

McGraw-Hill, 1999

(7)

Good Enough Isn't Enough
Book

Alan Weiss

AMACOM, 2000

(8)

Getting Naked
Book
 

Patrick Lencioni

Jossey-Bass, 2010

(7)

How to Use Experts – and When Not To
Video

Noreena Hertz

TED Conferences LLC, 2010

(8)

I’m Sorry I Broke Your Company
Book
 

Karen Phelan

Berrett-Koehler, 2013

(7)

Marketing Professional Services
Book

Philip Kotler, Ph.D. et al.

FT Prentice Hall, 2002

(8)

Tomorrow’s Lawyers
Book
 

Richard Susskind

Oxford UP, 2013

(7)

Guerrilla Marketing for Consultants
Book

Michael W. McLaughlin and Jay Conrad Levinson

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004

(6)

The Value Effect
Book

John Guaspari

Berrett-Koehler, 2000

(8)

Best Practices
Book

Robert Hiebeler et al.

Simon & Schuster, 1998

(9)

Don't Die Broke
Book

Margaret A. Malaspina

Bloomberg Press, 1999

(5)

Marketing Your Consulting Service
Book

Elaine Biech

Pfeiffer, 2003

(5)

Going Solo
Book

William J. Bond

McGraw-Hill, 1997

(6)

House of Lies
Book

Martin Kihn

Warner Books, 2005

(8)

Key Skills for Professionals
Book
 

Alan Pannett et al.

Kogan Page, 2013

(7)

The Trusted Advisor
Book

David H. Maister et al.

Free Press, 2000

(7)

McKinsey's Marvin Bower
Book

Elizabeth Haas Edersheim

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004

(8)

The Consultant's Scorecard
Book

Jack Philips

McGraw-Hill, 2000

(8)

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