What Are The Best Management Consulting Books?

28 Jul
There are four books that I recommend as core to the generic practice of consulting. These are: The McKinsey Way by Ethan Rasiel Process Consultation by Edgar Schein (dry read) Flawless Consulting by Peter Block (optional and highly recommended for ... Read more »

Behavioral Economics and Behavioral Finance Manifesto

31 Dec
As 2014 comes to a close, I’ve been reflecting on various books, presentations, research, tools and solutions, software and applications that I’ve been involved with and organizations I’ve been consulting to over the years. I’ve always found reflecting on the ... Read more »

Integrating Behavioral Economics and Consulting

21 Mar
Over the past few years, I have been involved with a number of projects that utilize behavioral economics principles to improve outcomes or change people’s behavior. Since this blog has a long history covering management consulting, I thought I would ... Read more »

Eight Secret Weapons of the Modern Consultant

15 Jun
Although I’ve developed a number of blog posts addressing the practice of management consulting, I have spent little time tying things together into a framework of secret weapons of the modern consultant. Secret weapons are a spectrum of tactics and ... Read more »