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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.
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 15 days ago by @souvikstweets
Really great insight into the history and business strategies of the consulting giants.Published 1 month ago by David R. Rabjohns
A tremendous insight into the history of the strategy movement. At the same time, it serves as an incredible Strategy 101 and dives deeply into the business concepts while, at the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bmg277
Deep toutghs around business policy, strategy and how future business should be designed to better serve society. Good citations of the most relevant authors.Published 2 months ago by Herbertorod
The attack of the nerds
I've been reading the Lords of Strategy by Walter Kiechel III which is about strategy consulting - McKinsey, Boston Consulting, Bain and others. Read more
I think the title says it. I enjoyed it overall but it was definitely slow in some spots. Pace could be a little better. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Benjamin Berman
This book documents the history of management consulting. Touches a bit on BCG, Mckinsey and Bain. Mostly historical. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cheng Yi Chiao
If you're a consultant or a corporate analyst in strategy this makes for a very interesting read. This book takes a lot of the concepts that you learn in business school regarding... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jay
Good way to tell the story of strategy. BCG, Bain, Mckinsey & Co, all of them nicely visited and also Porter's influence in strategy.Published 9 months ago by carlos rebellon