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If you like reading lines like this, "Begin with the element of propinquity.", you will enjoy reading this book.
The book amazingly discovers the history, intricacies and amusing details about the history of not only consulting business, but the key strategy concepts as well.
For anyone interested in strategic management, this new book titled, "The Lords of Strategy" by Walter Kiechel is a must read.
An excellent journey about the Strategy in Management History and the evolution of the top consulting firms Bain Company, Boston Consulting Group and Mckinsey. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jorge Aquije
fascinating and written in almost a novel style. you can't wait to read what happens next. a great read for strategy nerds.Published 2 months ago by Kelly C Kinnebrew
Required reading for anyone in or wanting to go into strategy consulting or working in a strategy role! A great history of the concepts and the people.Published 2 months ago by devinbird
First it was the Learning curve, then came the Matrix and the 7S’s….then the embarrassing reengineering (never quite figure what was actually being engineered). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Koala
This book has been four years in my bookshelf but earlier I only had read the preface. The book puts the well-known methods of strategy in historic context and describes how they... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matti Makelin
Recommended reading for the start of the Yale SOM MBA program provides neither meaningful insight into the management consulting industry nor captivating reading on the beach.Published 3 months ago by Greg Muecke
In the permeable world of consultants, each claiming the impact of its work or offering on the business of their clients, defining what strategy consulting really is, how it... Read morePublished 4 months ago by @souvikstweets
Really great insight into the history and business strategies of the consulting giants.Published 6 months ago by David R. Rabjohns