Episode 11: Use of Business Consultants

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As the #1 person in your company, you’re expected to know it all, except when you don’t. When do you use a business consultant?

Episode #11 (Using Business Consultants) is now on-the-air. The full 30-minute episode is here, featuring John Thomas, Julie Marcus, Adam Averback and Sean Sanker. Click on their names below for the individual interview segments.

Continuous business improvement for start-ups, and established ventures: The Language of Business.

John Thomas is a Managing Director, and a member of the Global Leadership Team at L.E.K. Consulting. John also heads L.E.K.’s global Aviation & Travel practice and is also active in our Private Equity practice. John has more than 23 years experience in strategy, financial, commercial, operational and organizational consulting to the aviation industry and has worked with most of the leading airlines around the world on a broad range of major issues.
Julie Marcus provides management direction through market research and business intelligence to executive search firms, Fortune 500 companies and private organizations for competitive intelligence, talent recruitment and executive search on a global level.
 
Adam Averback Your Party. Our Excitement. Your Ideas. Our Creativity. Your Guests. Our Talent. Together we’ll make it happen. Party Excitement brings innovative ideas, outstanding talent and amazing energy to every event. Our goal is to meet and exceed all of your expectations.
Sean Sanker Bay State IT offers IT consulting, network and desktop support, and managed IT services both remote, and onsite. We pride ourselves on providing a superior level of IT support extending throughout every facet of your organization. Whether your needs are basic network – desktop support, or you’re looking to implement large networks, data backups, disaster recovery, virtual environments, and network monitoring Bay State IT is here to offer a truly comprehensive IT support solution for your business.
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Gregory Stoller

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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