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Will ‘new’ management consulting models support digital transformation?

An exclusive review of TBR’s Management Consulting Benchmark

As a diverse set of IT services vendors take consulting-led approaches to capturing new logos and delivering digital transformations, the established strategy consultancies have invested in emerging technology capabilities and diverse talent. In a world in which every services vendor is also a consultancy, these old-school firms continue to reinvent their business models to keep their prices high and revenues per employee higher.

Join Kelly Lesiczka, Elitsa Bakalova and Patrick Heffernan as they dig into key findings from TBR’s latest Management Consulting Benchmark.

Don’t miss:

  • How business model shifts will impact consultancies in different ways
  • Where the talent will come from for an emerging tech-enabled traditional consultancy
  • What performance metrics and trends from the last few years, particularly around technology consulting, forecast about the next few years

TBR webinars are held typically on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. ET and include a 15-minute Q&A session following the main presentation. Previous webinars can be viewed anytime on TBR’s Webinar Portal.

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Services Weekly Preview: November 26-30, 2018

In this magical time between Thanksgiving and Christmas, despite racing to get as much analysis and as many predictions published before the new year, we’re able to enjoy a slight pause in the usual news cycle and company activity to reflect on 2018 and predict what will be coming in 2019. In two upcoming webinars, we will be looking at many marketwide trends, starting with an assessment of management consulting in the digital transformation age.

 

Here’s what’s coming this week:

Thursday: Last quarter when we looked at DXC Technology, we noted the company’s spike in revenue growth following its formation last year normalized to single-digit growth in 2Q18. The underlying businesses of both legacy CSC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) Enterprise Services are still experiencing pressures around commoditized legacy services. This quarter TBR will highlight and discuss DXC’s recent M&A activity and its resource management strategy, anticipating similar growth results and performance.

Monday: In our full report on T-Systems for this quarter, we will note that strict execution of efforts to become an efficient organization will sustain the company’s slightly improved performance. New offerings in cloud shift T-Systems’ portfolio away from traditional IT services and increase its opportunities in a segment with growth potential.

Coming in the next few weeks: the Management Consulting Benchmark and 2019 IT Services Predictions.