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Pepperdine Doctoral Students Discuss Study of IMC SoCal Chapter Membership and Certification Benefits with Jenny Chang

3/1/2019
When: Fri., Mar. 1
7:30-9 AM
Where: **Ayres Hotel Manhattan Beach LAX**
14400 Hindry Ave
Hawthorne, California  90250
United States
Contact: Tom Robinson
562-237-1629


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Pepperdine Doctoral Students Discuss Study of IMC SoCal Chapter Membership and Certification Benefits At March 1 Breakfast Meeting

A team of Pepperdine University Ed.D. candidates will conduct a roundtable discussion of their preliminary findings in a study of the benefits of IMC SoCal Chapter membership and attainment of the Certified Management Consultant designation.

This project is intended to provide an evaluation of the value of IMC USA Chapter affiliation and achievement of the Certified Management Consultant designation for members of the professional organization. The project seeks to determine whether IMC members and others in the business community perceive that Chapter membership and CMC status offer competitive advantage to consultants.

The project is examining the consulting industry, identifying best practices, and evaluating the value of certification. The Consulting Team is also looking at recent IMC USA member survey results regarding insights on the IMC brand and its perceived value. Results of these surveys will provide valuable background for this study. Interviews with IMC SoCal members and leaders will address management structures and operational practices to achieve a more efficient organization.

“As we discuss our team’s preliminary findings regarding this project, we welcome input from IMC USA’s SoCal Chapter members and visitors,” says Jenny Chang, IMC Project Liaison Pepperdine University. “I am very pleased to be working with Pepperdine University Educational Doctorate students Theresa Dawson, Ed Eng and Hillary Long to move this project forward.”