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Managing the Professional Service Firm

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Published by Free Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Management & management techniques,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7927672M
    ISBN 100743231562
    ISBN 109780743231565


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"Those corporations that get out ahead of the curve and take a page out of the playbook of successful professional service firms are more likely to be successful themselves." —Paul Laudicina, Managing Officer and Chairman of the Board, A.T.

Kearney; Operating a professional service firm is very different from running a product-based business. Each year management consultants in the United States receive more than $2 billion for their services.1 Much of this money pays for impractical data and poorly implemented recommendations.2 To.

A key aim of the book is to promote aspects of management by function and activities, with discipline acting as context rather than the primary focus. The book is structured into sections around 3 main themes: managing the organisation; and managing specific issues that affect operations, and a third section reflects upon management from.

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Managing The Professional Firm 1 1. Managing The Professional Firm Some Basic Principles 2. The Three Key Goals Client Marketplace (Service) Market For Staff (Satisfaction) Profitability (Success) 3.

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