21228 Management Consulting6cp
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This subject introduces students to the nature and characteristics of the consulting industry, major practice areas in consulting and the value creation activities of management consultants. It discusses the main success factors of consulting. It also considers methods of consultancy project design and management, and integrative problem-solving applying the principles of design thinking and different performance measures. Students are required to work on a real-life project. Finally, the subject takes a critical look at the responsibilities and ethics of consultancy contract management.
Note: This subject requires students to have completed the majority of their subjects and it should be taken towards the end of their degree.
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