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How To Drive Behavioral Change In An Organization

Behaviors can be classified into two groups: productive and unproductive, and they can respectively either increase or decrease performance within an organization. Furthermore, behaviors allow us to have insights into personal values and beliefs, culture, and individual performance. Behaviors can be changed if willed, and the Antecedent-Behaviour-Consequence (ABC) model is a tool that can help… read more →

Feeling the Burnout?

Management consulting is an excellent stepping stone for career development as it exposes consultants to multiple industries and functions, while the steep learning curve pushes them to develop transferable skills such as problem-solving, leadership, and communication. However, the industry also comes with a reputation for its long hours and a challenging work-life balance. It is… read more →

Six Sigma: What’s Needed to Succeed

Six Sigma, the popular methodology for process improvement, is a statistical concept that identifies the variation inherent in any process.  By subsequently working to reduce these variations once it defines them, the Six Sigma methodology diminishes the opportunity for error, thus reducing process costs or increasing customer satisfaction. The core objective of Six Sigma is… read more →

The Right Tool for The Right Activity – Thinking Beyond Spreadsheets

How many times have we found ourselves using a common tool to solve a multitude of tasks knowing that this tool may not be optimal for the particular task at hand?  In the consulting industry, we rely on tools that provide quick answers, and these tools are accessible to our clients as well. But sometimes,… read more →

Six Sigma – Striving for the “Perfect” Process

Six Sigma methodology is based on a philosophy that strives towards process perfection, using statistical techniques to measure and quantify success.  The symbol for Six Sigma – 6σ – is the statistical representation of a “perfect” process, but what does this mean?  A Six Sigma, or “perfect”, process produces 99.99966% of all its deliverables without… read more →

Identifying Client Needs

Identifying the needs of a client starting from an initial sales meeting, to the pre-assessment, through the engagement and even the follow-up audit is at the core of the consulting profession.  Truly understanding the needs of someone who is a potential client enables you to sign them on as a client. Continuing to meet a… read more →

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