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The article advances a new management consultancy competency model. It identifies five critical enterprise capabilities that make growth possible – that professional services firms need to strategically build, nurture, deploy and renew in order to gain a competitive edge. Besides, the darker side of the consulting field is addressed. Fundamentally, management consultancies should not only create value for themselves and their clients, but they should be a force for good in the world and bring about positive change benefiting all humankind.

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Bart Tkaczyk

Bart Tkaczyk

University of California at Berkeley

Bart Tkaczyk (drtkaczyk.com), Fulbright Scholar at the University of California at Berkeley, is the Chief Executive and the Head of Learning and Capability Directorate at Energizers, LLC, a strategic advisory firm. Working across industries worldwide, his executive...

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