Publicaciones mundiales

  • Best practices in career development

    July 07, 2010 | Consulting Magazine | Media mention

    Most firms view a career at a consultancy as a job for life, but hanging onto quality human capital can be problematical, particularly with unprecedented utilization rates at many firms. Career development is the calling card to recruiting and retaining talent at Bain & Company.

  • Quintessentially goes upmarket to beat recession

    June 05, 2010 | Reuters | Media mention

    Quintessentially, a lifestyle manager for the wealthy which handles everything from dinner reservations to chartering yachts for its members, saw a 20 percent rise in revenues in the financial year which ended in April.

  • Leadership without control

    May 31, 2004 | European Business Journal

    Leading an accounting firm, an advertising agency, a consultancy, an investment bank, or a law firm is not about giving orders to employees further down the hierarchy. It's about manoeuvring a group of peers who are star performers - who constantly question, debate, and even oppose initiatives.

  • Making Pussy Cats out of Tigers

    June 30, 2003 | Organization | Business Strategy Review

    Making Pussy Cats out of Tigers Business Strategy Review By Tom Tierney With talent shortages and companies

  • Drivers of Success in Services

    April 14, 2003 | Organization | European Business Journal

    Professional service-sector revenues have surged tenfold to over a trillion dollars since 1980. IBM Global Services holds the high-water mark for product companies getting into the game. IBM's technical services business now counts 40% of company revenues and delivers profit margins of 28%.

  • Broadband Services - Success Second Time Around

    March 31, 1999 | Strategic Due Diligence | Global Telecoms Business

    Broadband services are back at the financing trough -this time with their hunger for growth financing backed by adequate consumer and small business demand. Global capital markets will be asked for more than $100 billion of broadband network construction funding over the next three to five years.