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  • Author(s) Matthias Kipping / Lars Engwall
  • SubtitleEmergence and Dynamics of a Knowledge Industry
  • Edition
  • Published1st July 2003
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199267118

Emergence and Dynamics of a Knowledge Industry

This volume examines different aspects of management consulting in an innovative and comprehensive way. The chapters are based on original research and cover a wide range of countries (e.g. Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Italy, Germany, Australia, and Norway), consulting firms, and client organizations. They show how the consulting industry managed to reach the importance it has today; how consultancies and management gurus develop new ideas and/or repackage
old ones; and how consultants find or retain clients and interact with them in a given project.

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  • Author(s) Matthias Kipping / Lars Engwall
  • SubtitleEmergence and Dynamics of a Knowledge Industry
  • Edition
  • Published1st July 2003
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199267118

Emergence and Dynamics of a Knowledge Industry

This volume examines different aspects of management consulting in an innovative and comprehensive way. The chapters are based on original research and cover a wide range of countries (e.g. Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Italy, Germany, Australia, and Norway), consulting firms, and client organizations. They show how the consulting industry managed to reach the importance it has today; how consultancies and management gurus develop new ideas and/or repackage
old ones; and how consultants find or retain clients and interact with them in a given project.
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