One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person or company that gives professional advice about how to run a company or organization more effectively.‘he spent four years as a management consultant’
- ‘Dave was both an extremely capable management consultant and a dedicated manager with enormous enthusiasm for measurement and control.’
- ‘All I can think about is tomorrow's meeting with the bank's management consultant.’
- ‘He earned the certified management consultant designation in 1994.’
- ‘Prior to that, he was a business and management consultant for local grain and farm supply cooperatives.’
- ‘In the wake of the unionization threat, for example, Jeff brought in a management consultant.’
- ‘Practitioners, academics, and management consultants have all contributed to the current understanding of strategic management.’
- ‘He has hired top-gun investment bankers, management consultants, and accountants as advisers.’
- ‘The firm brought in management consultant Nancy Baker to teach the managers planning and goal setting.’
- ‘A team of management consultants was hired to present a state-of-the-art model of business planning.’
- ‘Norton had recently completed his doctorate at Harvard Business School after an earlier career as a management consultant.’
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