Chapter 39 Management Consulting

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Chapter 39 Management Consulting
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A consultant Is an individual who has a specific area of  expertise and is compensated for providing  advice or other services to a client.
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A hospitality management  consultant Would be a consultant who serves only  hospitality industry clients and provides  services in one or more functional areas
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Types of Management  Consulting Firms General Management Consulting Firms Management Consulting divisions of  Certified Public Accounting Firms Functionally specialized Firms Industry-Specific Firms Internal consultants
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Although the work of a consultant varies  significantly among individuals and  firms , there are three major steps in the  consulting cycle that are common to  most consultants:  Marketing The Consulting engagement Administration
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Factors that may influence a  consultant’s lifestyle include
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