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IMC GA:The future of management consulting and where do YOU fit!?
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When: Friday, March 16th
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Where: Heritage Sandy Springs
6110 Blue Stone Rd NE
Sandy Springs, Georgia  30328
United States
Contact: Bob Tankesley

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The world is changing—and management consulting is changing as well. It’s no longer business as usual. How we find clients, what they expect, and how they are served is all up for grabs in this brave new world we are all a part of (like it or not). In this dynamic and interactive session—based on latest research and real-world stories of emerging best practices from the consulting world, you will learn:

·       Where the heat is

·       What’s working (and what’s not)

·       Discuss with your peers how you can adapt

·       You will walk away knowing better how you and your clients can get beyond surviving—and start thriving.

In 60-70 minutes, you’ll hear the top issues and opportunities that affect you as a working consultant (regardless of your experience or your area) and hear ideas and emerging best practices from your peers. For example, did you know that digital transformation represents one of the biggest opportunities for ALL consultants (even the non-technical ones)? Mike Wittenstein, CMC and catalyst for the IMC-USA Reason for Being initiative will be our facilitator. Slides will be provided.


Speaker(s) / Panelists         

Name, email, phone:   Mike Wittenstein,     770-425-9830

Title:    Managing Parter                                

Company:  StoryMiners®      


Mike Wittenstein, CMC, CSP, CCXP, MBA has over 30,000 hours of experience helping leaders tackle tough, high-stakes problems. His clients claim over $1.6 billion in added sales reduced expenses, and new sources of revenue. Through StoryMiners, Mike helps clients clearly articulate their future stories to find feasible and profitable futures—and the best ways to get there. He works in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Russian and has experience in over 100 cities in 26 countries.