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Management Consultancy Insights: book launch and networking

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Thomas Paine Study Centre

University of East Anglia

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We are pleased to invite you mark the launch of Management Consultancy Insights and Real Consultancy Projects of which Norwich Business School's Dr Graham Manville is lead editor and has co-authored several chapters.

Join us for this free networking event with a complementary wine reception. Speakers on the evening include:

  • Dr Graham Manville lead editor of Management Consultancy Insights and Real Consultancy Projects and Senior Lecturer and Director of Employability and Innovation for Norwich Business School
  • Julian Campbell, co-editor and Executive MBA Programme Director at Norwich Business School
  • Dr Olga Matthias, co-editor and Senior Lecturer in Operations Management, School of Management, University of Bradford
  • Chand Chudasama, Senior Manager within Price Bailey Accountants and co-author of chapter Applying Research methods in Strategy Consulting




‘A well-timed contribution to the body of knowledge on Management Consulting. The book includes contributions from both consultants and academics from around the world, showcasing challenges faced by management consultants and, importantly, how they help companies address them by deploying theory-driven yet practical insights and solutions that make a difference. It's a very solution-driven text that sheds important light on the value consulting that adds to the process of management. It will be of interest to anyone wanting to find out more about the role of the consulting profession, as well as what it is like to work in.’ Professor Ian Clarke, Dean of the Business School and Chair in Strategy at the University of Edinburgh.

‘A refreshing blend of rigorous academic engagement and global relevance through case studies is brought together to produce an interesting, intellectually stimulating and readable book. It is both thought provoking and grounded in the reality of disparate challenges facing management consultants which provides readers with a rich tapestry of ideas and theories that will be of benefit to anyone considering consultancy as a career or wishing to know more about it. — Professor Martin Broad, Head of Southampton Business School, University of Southampton.

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For further information regarding this event please contact nbs@uea.ac.uk or call 01603 591934

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