Management/Strategy Consulting: Fundas and Tools

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Hi, This thread is exclusively for the practice of Management Consulting, also called Business or Strategy Consulting. Consulting jobs are among the most sought after even in ivy league schools ... hence the glamour and mystery behind it. ...
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Hi,

This thread is exclusively for the practice of Management Consulting, also called Business or Strategy Consulting. Consulting jobs are among the most sought after even in ivy league schools ... hence the glamour and mystery behind it.

I would like to kick off the discussion with info on various analytical tools and frameworks that are employed by consultants. The site Franteractive - Product Strategy Consulting - Home has some good notes on the same. The site seems to be a copy-paste job but its succinct:


ida-- that link is nice.. Thanks.
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There is this "Instt of Management Consultants of India" which is affiliated to IMCs in other countries. They are consucting some educational programs here....

Certified Management Consultant (CMC) certification program:
CMC Certification Program (Certified Management Consultant )

Theres even a "PG Diploma in Management Consultancy"
http://www.imcindia.co.in/downloads/Flyer_for_IMCI_PGDMC1.doc

"Diploma in Management Consultancy"
http://www.imcindia.co.in/downloads/DIPLOMA%20IN%20MANAGEMNT%20CONSULTANCY.doc

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Hi,

This thread is exclusively for the practice of Management Consulting, also called Business or Strategy Consulting. Consulting jobs are among the most sought after even in ivy league schools ... hence the glamour and mystery behind it.

I would like to kick off the discussion with info on various analytical tools and frameworks that are employed by consultants. The site http://www.franteractive.net/ has some good notes on the same. The site seems to be a copy-paste job but its succinct:

A 2 by 2 or 3 by 3 matrix is can provide direction and structure to any strategic analysis. Any business process / problem to be analyzed will have multiple attributes. The top two attributes can be always plotted on x and y axes. If two distinct values emerge for each axis, the result will be 2 by 2 matrix. If two distinct values emerge for one axis and three for the other, a 3 by 2 matrix will emerge. If both axes can accomodate three distrinct values, such as "high", "medium", and "low", or "tall, "grande", and "venti", a 3 by 3 matrix framework can emerge to provide the needed initial structure for subsequent strategic analysis.
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