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Management Consultancy in Hungary and in Croatia in Light of Empirical Research – Market and Human Factors

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  • József Poór

    () (Szent István University)

  • Ferenc Zsigri

    () (Szent István University)

  • Ildiko Csapó

    () (Szent István University)

  • Anton Barasic

    () (Chronos Consulting)

Abstract

“Management consultancy is in a rapidly changing world into which new players, disciplines and capabilities are continuously being integrated, where borders are constantly expanding and where horizons are receding to the point where our profession has now become a global network of businesses, covering a wide spectrum of areas which only a few years ago, was not imagined” (Jamieson et al; 2016). Over recent decades, technological and social progress have greatly enhanced the role of Business Consultants in the economy and pressure on consulting profession is ever increasing (Dötsch 2016). This study attempts to show some aspects of the Hungarian and the Croatian consulting markets and make comparisons as far as the two different databases allow. Consulting can earn trust by showing clients their weaknesses and deficiencies. Additionally, consultants are essential and consulting service is a knowledge sharing.

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  • József Poór & Ferenc Zsigri & Ildiko Csapó & Anton Barasic, 2017. "Management Consultancy in Hungary and in Croatia in Light of Empirical Research – Market and Human Factors," Proceedings- 11th International Conference on Mangement, Enterprise and Benchmarking (MEB 2017),, Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:pkk:meb017:323-333
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