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Digital Disruption: The Future of Professional Services – which jobs will be at risk

“The Future of the Professions” predicts job decline. In an Internet society, according to Richard Susskind and Daniel Susskind, we will neither need, nor want, doctors, teachers, accountants, architects, consultants,…

AI May Soon Replace Even the Most Elite Consultants

Note: Originally published at [Harvard Business Review](https://hbr.org/2017/07/ai-may-soon-replace-even-the-most-elite-consultants?referral=03759&cm_vc=rr_item_page.bottom" Target=" Blank). Republished by the author…

Management Consulting: An Industry on the Brink of Disruption

All things considered, the traditional management consulting business model has remained the same for the past few decades. Generally speaking, this involves sending smart outsiders into organizations for a specific…

Can we have management consulting firm with no employees ?!!

“Could it be possible that in 10 years, the largest professional services company will have no employees?” Source: Professional Services on the Brink of Disruption This is quite an interesting…

Clients And Law Firms Rate "Value" Differently

Growing evidence reveals that firms define ‘giving value’ very differently from the way clients assess whether they receive it. There are three simple things a firm can do to get…

No Serfs: Another Pressure On Traditional Firms - Flight of talent

Frustrated by the demands of traditional firms, more attorneys are seriously exploring NewLaw as a viable financial, career and lifestyle alternative. Washington healthcare lawyer [Harry Silver](http://www.potomaclaw.com/…