This past year has been one of transition – from a glorious past to an exciting future. In November, our Association pioneers and builders were honoured at a gala dinner in Toronto. It was a wonderful opportunity to showcase our history, thank our predecessors for their imagination and courage, and to reflect on all that CMC-Canada has accomplished since our inception in the mid-1960s.
What of the future? We have been busy preparing for a new generation of management consultants. As a first step, the Board introduced a new strategic plan with emphasis on professional development, promoting value-creating relationships, promoting our brand, and attracting, recruiting, and retaining members – on a financially sound foundation. Read Annual Report
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The Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Saskatchewan (ICMCS) has commissioned a study examining the past, present, and future of Saskatchewan’s economic outlook. This ground-breaking 50-page report examines the present state of the Saskatchewan economy and considers options for sustaining prosperity through the ups and downs of commodity cycles... more>>
In business, sometimes situations arise that fall outside of the ordinary. When these crises occur, you need someone who immediately grasps the problem, and who will work with you to solve it. The Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation is the mark conferred upon professional consultants... read now>>
Solid overall gains
Against a backdrop of economic uncertainty and intense competition, the Canadian market for management consulting has made solid gains. Industry revenues rose from $9.2 billion in 2010 to an estimated $10.0 billion in 2012: 4.6% compound annual growth (2.1% in real terms, excluding inflation).
Big firms continue to leverage scale, brand and financial muscle, as well as absorb smaller players through mergers and acquisitions. Revenues are becoming more concentrated: larger firms (>100 million revenue) now earn 80% of total revenues, a share that has climbed progressively since 2008.
Consultants who attempt to implement change in organizations regularly confront power, conflicting interests and politics but often we do not analyze, discuss and explicitly confront these dynamics. In this interactive session we will examine the operation of power and politics and how they manifest...Halifax, Nova Scotia Read More >
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