Tag Archives: George Brown

beyond the final report: consulting the right way takes more than being right

Last week, I told a room full of aspiring consultants in the School of Management at George Brown College's Centre for Business that being right is only half the value of my work.  The rest of the value lies in how the first half is conveyed to clients and other stakeholders. This was puzzling to…
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Colleges as corporations

Which is more surprising – that community colleges struggle in a highly competitive environment, or that I’m just starting to understand why?  After five years of working around these institutions, their way of doing things is making more sense to me. In the 45 years since provincial legislation brought them into being, everything has changed…
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