ANALYZING THE TRANSFORMATION CONSULTING MARKET
Global management consulting has fundamentally changed over the last decade. The industry is now known as "transformation consulting." Industry and market expertise no longer provide distinctiveness.
Instead, clients must identify transformation consultants based on how they operate. Therefore, we focus our research on three dimensions of providers' business models, which includes:
Nature of their value creation
Resources used to create that value
Deployment of those resources
The choices providers make with respect to their business models create separation from other competitors. And for clients in this game, there are winners and losers.
Tom has spent 25 years advising leading management and IT consulting firms on strategic growth, talent management, and market positioning initiatives. As an expert on the industry, Tom leverages his own extensive network and industry knowledge and a long legacy of highly-referenced consulting industry analysis.
Nathan focuses on qualitative analysis of providers' capabilities in the transformation consulting market. He began his analyst career at Kennedy Information, where he was director of research. Prior to that, Nathan worked as an independent external consultant and as an internal consultant at AIG, where he led a number of business improvement, new product development, and market entry initiatives.
Lasse is responsible for market sizing and quantitative analysis of consulting markets. He has researched the management consulting market and advised management consulting companies since 2009. Lasse studied economics, political science and engineering at Åbo Akademi University and has provided market, political and economic research for wealthy individuals, private companies, academic institutions and governments.