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Chuỗi giá trị (Value Chain) - Michael Porter

Chuỗi giá trị (Value chain) hay còn gọi là chuỗi giá trị phân tích là một khái niệm quản lý kinh doanh được mô tả và phổ cập bởi Michael Porter vào năm 1985 trong cuốn sách best seller của ông, có tựa đề: Competitive Advantage: Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance – Lợi thế cạnh tranh: Tạo và duy trì có hiệu suất ở mức cao. 675 more words

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Formula won

Formulas, equations and rules of thumb continue to be a popular way to communicate important principles in leading and managing professional service firms. For your interest, here are the ones I use or refer to most often… 869 more words

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What law and accounting firm clients really care about

Last week, Bain published a simply brilliant article in the Harvard Business Review exploring what B2B clients really care about. There are so many rich insights and applications for law and accounting firms, including five practical ideas described in this post. 484 more words

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Is the demand for legal booming?

The Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor report on the state of the Australian legal market indicates that overall market demand for major law firms has declined by around 10% over the past five years. 895 more words

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6 strategic shifts and implications for HR

By Joel Barolsky and Sue-Ella Prodonovich

If you have HR responsibilities in a professional services firm then you’re working in the epicentre of turbulent times. Changes to our workforce population, participation and productivity are throwing up new challenges while the expectations of firm owners and employees are changing – but not necessarily in sync. 925 more words

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From pyramids to rockets to ecosystems

The pyramid has been the foundation operating model in professional services for the past century. Put simply, a typical pyramid has a partner at the top, one or two senior practitioners below him or her, and then four or five juniors below them. 403 more words

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