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Peter Morville
Peter is a pioneer of the fields of information architecture and user experience. His bestselling books include Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, Intertwingled, Search Patterns, and Ambient Findability. He has been helping people to plan since 1994, and advises such clients as AT&T, Cisco, Harvard, IBM, the Library of Congress, Macy’s, the National Cancer Institute, and Vodafone. He has delivered conference keynotes and workshops in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. His work has been covered by Business Week, NPR, The Economist, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal. His latest book is Planning for Everything. Peter lives in Ann Arbor with his wife, two daughters, and a dog named Knowsy. He blogs at
ia  design  consulting 
3 days ago by kiranmaxweber
How much is an Engineer Worth? by David Trejo
"Do not compare this with a consultant's rates: their value can much be higher and they are very different from employees."
engineering  consulting  freelance 
7 days ago by bennylope
Ben Hammersley
As one of the world's leading futurists, Ben Hammersley has been working with corporations, governments, and elite individuals worldwide for more than a decade. Synthesising cutting-edge research from multiple disciplines, he guides his audiences through the key lessons on how to work, live, thrive, and innovate in the coming years.

Ben specialises in high-impact keynote speeches, sector-specific scenario planning, and foresight-led design projects.

In 2018, his main focus is the future of elite executive performance alongside Artificial Intelligence.
design  consulting  london 
8 days ago by kiranmaxweber
(8) Jan Claussen's answer to Is it really a sin to use the mouse while doing Excel work in the finance industry? - Quora
Pro tip: remove the F1 key. Whenever I walk into a room with analysts that have that key removed, and I stare at that golden hole, and then stare at them, and they stare at me while I stare at them, time comes to a hold, matrix style: a meeting of minds. The universe stops, because the paths of M&A gods have crossed. When this happens, sometimes, supernovas are created. You simply nod, the analysts nod, and you know: bros. Forever.

PS you remove the F1 key so that when you are “jamming” in Excel you don’t die the death of wanting to insert something in a cell (F2) but, while staring at the fresh interns from the Sales & Trading Division on their intro tour through the bank (by the way, only M&A and the larger Investment Banking Division really holds proper financiers, sales and traders basically do other things nobody really understands) , you actually hit F1 and LOOSE ONE SECOND as Excel’s mighty help tool boots. One second lost which the model builder could have used to create billions of value, of my god.
funny  consulting 
9 days ago by ramitsethi
McKinsey manages to get itself sued for racketeering - Raising a racket
A rival has accused its bankruptcy practice of misleading courts to win clients
management  consulting  crime 
12 days ago by soobrosa
The Bullshit-Job Boom | The New Yorker
I do digital consultancy for global pharmaceutical companies’ marketing departments. I often work with global PR agencies on this, and write reports with titles like How to Improve Engagement Among Key Digital Health Care Stakeholders. It is pure, unadulterated bullshit, and serves no purpose beyond ticking boxes for marketing departments. . . . I was recently able to charge around twelve thousand pounds to write a two-page report for a pharmaceutical client to present during a global strategy meeting. The report wasn’t used in the end because they didn’t manage to get to that agenda point.
consulting  jobs  economics 
12 days ago by imaginaryfriend

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