The case method is a powerful learning tool. To make the most of case-based learning, preparation is key.
As a consultant, there are several client-centric tactics that you can undertake to support your client through budget cuts.
As a consultant, formulating and communicating your value to clients is a challenging, yet indispensable activity.
The Personal Construct Theory helps consultants understand their client stakeholders from their individual constructs.
PechaKucha is a powerful storytelling format where a presenter shows 20 slides for 20 seconds of commentary each.
Selective perception makes people overlook important information, even when it’s easily accessible or, in hindsight, downright obvious.
Checklists are simple organization tools that help prioritize tasks, reduce errors and impose structure in your assignments.
Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) is a psychological fear that we might miss out on rewarding opportunities due to our misplaced focus.
The Cornell Method is a note-taking method that has proved itself, both efficient and superior to other techniques.
Carefully organized notes give consultants a lasting record of client interactions and the opportunity to continuously enhance their learning experience.
Kanban is a lean method designed to help you visualize your work, maximize efficiency, improve agility & improve collaboration among teams.
With important things at stake in meetings, documenting the minutes is a highly undesirable, yet invaluable activity that consultants should volunteer for.