Did you know Michael Porter had an unpublished sixth force – bankruptcy? While we say this in jest, the recently announced bankruptcy of the consultancy that he founded, Monitor Group, is no laughing matter. At the time of the filing, Monitor had approximately 1,500 employees, making it smaller than some of its peers in the top-tier strategy consultancy league (including Bain, BCG and McKinsey), but still a highly influential firm on the global management consulting stage due to the senior relationships that it had.
Spend Matters welcomes a guest post from James Hutchings, at Mintec Ltd. Gelatin, when mixed with water, provides texture and thickens as it forms a […]
"too elite to fail..." Monitor Group Goes Bankrupt: Why Services Procurement and Risk Management Best Practices Matter -- Did you know Michael Porter had an […]
This post is based on material contained in the following Spend Matters Compass Series brief: Beyond One-Off Initiatives and a Virtual Vendor Master – Advanced […]
Please click here for Part 1: Transition Suppliers, Part 2: Culling Top Performers and Part 3: The Operational Perspective of this series. This series of […]
Today, we continue with Jay Merenda's list of what's available today and the possibilities for the future in the next generation of business networks. Please […]