Mci Training Level 1

Training

Students being trained in Management Consulting skills; lessons learned:

  1. The Pyramid Principle (basis for structured thinking and communication)
  2. Professional and Ethical Behavior (what it takes to be a trusted advisor)
  3. Problem Definition (Situation-Complication-Key Question SCQ analysis)
  4. Approach (Issues analysis and work-plan)
  5. Data Gathering and Analysis (primary and secondary research)
  6. Findings and Recommendations Presentation (how to create compelling presentations)

2 comments

  1. Hi Team,

    I have enrolled for MCI Training and Certification on 20 – 21 June ’15 at Hult International Business School, Sanfrancisco. It’s a two day course followed by level 1 certification on Tuesday.

    My Order number is #428758487.

    I would like to request the level 1 course material before the classes so i can prepare beforehand.

    Below is the link for the certification :
    http://www.eventbrite.com/e/mci-training-and-certification-tickets-17073490269

    Regards,
    Rohit
    415 769 9872

  2. Leadership Framework.

    – A great way again to take a step back and have both perspective and vision in order to implement your strategy in the best way.

    – An excellent approach on how to combine efforts and thinking of two people in order to get from two ideas a stronger third one (in theory). This framework helps whoever implements to understand what are the characteristics that a successful leader should have and the way he should communicate and implement the strategy
    Having this framework can serve as a map to the leader to understand behaviors reactions and attitudes from stakeholders while the change or strategy is being implemented.

    Critiques
    It sounds as someone that could only work in certain corporate cultures and with a certain type of behaviors. As mentioned in class for example in Mexico this sort of open discussion or argument could not really take place without being interpreted as a challenge as stand off or even worse a disrespect from one to the other.
    I agree that this might be a critique that should be blamed on to the culture and not the framework but the reality is different so the framework should consider that.

    It contradicts the argument which we defended before of not fighting against the culture, well what if this behavior is in fact part of the UNROGs of the company, we would have to work around it rather than trying to change it.

    As we discuss in the Class some of this frameworks unfortunately will be only successful when implementing in certain Countries of Europe and the United States or certain number of companies around the world. Trying to apply the ladder of inference may be in some places “swimming against the current”, A key element we have ton consider as we try to implement in different places.

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