Perceptions of Consulting in the Nordics in 2017
Client Perceptions Programme 2017
By Fiona Czerniawska.
Lots of consulting firms get very excited by the proportion of their work that’s repeat business. Obviously, they say, it’s because we’ve done such a good piece of work that they keep asking us to come back and do more. And at a common-sense level that’s obviously true: no one would buy twice from a duff supplier. But firms shouldn’t lull themselves into a false sense of security.
Blog | 17th August 2017 | Read more
By Alison Huntington.
There’s much that’s admired by people around the world about life in the Nordics: minimalist design, hygge, and societies that regularly rank as some of the most equal in the world. While workers in London sweat their way to and from the office on the Underground, working all hours and barely seeing daylight, some in Sweden enjoy a six hour working day. Cafes are stuffed with “latte papas”, and enjoying life outside work is taken very seriously (with beautiful scenery, fresh air, and decent snow to enjoy for half the year, it’s little wonder why).
Blog | 3rd August 2017 | Read more