Read about the 65 fast-growth firms that are disrupting the consulting profession in the latest digital issue of CONSULTING MAGAZINE (November 2018). Be sure to read the practical tips in the “Consultants On Consulting” article (page 78) to help your next technology modernization engagement run smoothly.
Croixstone Consulting joined forces recently with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) as an official supporter of International Fraud Awareness Week. We were part of a global effort to minimize the impact of fraud by promoting anti-fraud awareness and education.
Do you know the most common behavioral red flags of fraud? Learn more by viewing this infographic with data from the 2018 ACFE Report to the Nations.
Recently, Croixstone Consulting participated in a thought-provoking webinar about the state of the management consulting industry. Hosted by ALM Intelligence, the webinar provided insights into the future of the industry and featured proprietary research and analysis from ALM’s team of analysts. View the webinar (it is an hour-long) to learn answers to the following questions:
- What is the size and growth rates for consulting globally and by region?
- What’s the future of consulting?
- What will the profession look like in the next decade?
- How are client expectations changing the game?
- What will a successful firm look like in 2020?
Our Managing Partner, Mark Weber, kick-started last week with a conference call with the CEO of one of our clients. The conversation focused on the topic of talent development (the #1 concern of mid-market CEOs who attended last month’s sixth annual mid-market CEO convention at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania). During the call, the CEO stated that in today’s world, ALL companies are tech companies. Many organizations don’t understand this concept and continue to see technology as a separate entity from the rest of their businesses. Greg Williams, the Deputy Editor of WIRED Magazine, recently published a blog post on the 5 reasons why businesses are moving toward being technology companies. Read it here.