Management Consulting was born in 1886 with the founding of Arthur D. Little. Since then, the industry has grown tremendously with high profile successes and failures but with one fundamental model, born from the leverage accounting firm structure. Over a century has gone by with little innovation....
QUESTION: Why can't the world's change agents improve their outdated model?
Money never sleeps. It's entrusted to professional managers to safeguard, manage risk, and grow over time. But numerous unethical and illegal Wall Street scandals have eroded the public's trust.
QUESTION: Why isn't managed money more actively "managed"?
Since 2000, U.S non-profit sector assets alone have reached a value in excess of $2 trillion, despite being plagued with inefficiencies. While some organizations are doing some amazing work, there are many that could benefit from for-profit mentors to hone their skills, enhance their operations, and maximize the funds donated to fulfill their mission.
QUESTION: Why is there not greater collaboration with the non-profit industry?
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