The consulting industry is changing. Will you survive?
Typically, the role of professional consultants is to provide industry forecasts and help businesses solve the problems. Today, the same forces that disrupted an array of industries are permeating through the consultancy field itself. These include disruptive influences, technology innovations, rise of new business models, intense competition and the 'gig' economy.
- How do you face the challenges and deal with them efficently?
- How do you reshape your business to respond to these threats?
- How do you stay relevant and be successful as a consultant?
- What are the new opportunities to grow your business?
- What are the actions to take to stay on top of the game?
Conference is endorsed by Institute of Management Consultants and Master Coaches of Southern Africa (IMCSA).
- Angelo Kehayas, Chief Executive Officer, ProfWeb & Executive Director, Institute of Management Consultants and Master Coaches of Southern Africa (IMCSA)
- Wim Plaizier, Managing Partner & Head of Africa, AT Kearney
- Melusi Maposa, Managing Director, Accenture
Saf Yeboah-Amankwah, Senior
Partner & Managing Partner, McKinsey & Company
- Joanne Doyle–Went, Senior Manager: Deloitte Digital, Digital Workforce Engagement, Deloitte Digital Africa
- Vincent Hofmann, Founder, Inquisition
- Dr Ali Monadjem, Director, Spencer Stuart
- Cuen Sharrock, Director, Palladian Consulting
- Carmen Whateley, Managing Director: Acenture Mobility, Accenture
- Brett StClair, Head of Digital Product Management, Barclays Africa
- Mike Oelschig, Head of Strategy, Advisory & Insights, Cerebra
- Dr Gavin Price, Senior Lecturer, Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS)
- Derek Thomas, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director, Letsema Consulting
- James Mwangi, Executive Director, Dalberg Group
Sibongiseni Mbatha, Senior
Business Support Manager, Operations Head Office, Industrial Development
Alan Hylton, Procurement & Supply Chain Professional
Agenda discussion include
- Trends, challenges faced by consulting industry and how to deal with them efficiently in a disruptive world;
- Managing the people aspect;
- Closing the skills gap within consulting industry;
- Leveraging on disruptive technology for growth and new opportunities - mobile, social media, cloud, crowdsourcing and analytics;
- Current ethical issues facing clients, consultants and landmines to avoid;
- Africa-focused global strategy - positioning for growth across the continent; and
- Procurement by private and public sector - expectations, getting value for money and how consultants can win work.
To download the programme agenda, click here >> Programme for Consulting Conference.pdf
GIBS campus, 26 Melville Road, Illovo, Sandton, Johannesburg
Date and times
9 May 2017 from 8.25 am to 4.00 pm
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Fee and cancellation penalty
Fee of R4600/p includes conference materials, lunch and refreshments.
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