Wednesday, 8 August 2018

The Future of Management Consulting

I am facilitating a discussion through Convetit on the future of management consulting. A diversified panel of experts from around the world are providing their valuable insight and thoughts.

The first theme of the discussions covered " How management Consulting is Evolving in Response to Technological Advancement& Disruption?" .The conclusion was that:The rise of small & Agile independent consultants with focused specialization is a trend to continue in the future: - Small & Agile Consultants is the trend- Focused: strict specialization on the rise- The big  Consulting firms will stay big! 

The second theme covered "Attributes of the Future Management Consultant". The panel concluded that:A Future Value - Adding Trusted Management Consultant is One With Empathy, Courage, Real Life Industry Experience and High Communication Skills!- Empathy Came As A Top Attribute!- Real Life Industry Experience is a Must!- Be Courageous!- Communication, Communication, Communication! 

We have started the third theme which is currently discussing what would management consultants do differently from now on to ensure they remain relevant.Please join the discussion and share your thoughts!

Sunday, 13 May 2018

AdapGility Consulting is Launced!

AdapGility Consulting in association with Bibi Consulting launched a new service to connect CAEs (Chief Audit Executives) to organizations that need the services of such executives on temporary/short-term basis. This is a CAE ON-CALL service available worldwide

This service will be provided under the brand " AdapGility"  ( which refers to the two most important characteristic of a value adding internal audit activity:  


We are teaming with world-class internal audit executives worldwide to provide quality value adding service. If you are an internal audit executive and wish to explore the opportunities,please forward your resume to:

Monday, 12 February 2018

The Right Way to Start Your Day!

The right way to start your day would be by having a chat with us to discuss how you can get the best value from your #internalaudit function!

Call us today to inquire about our free high-level review of IA functions in selected cities around the world!

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Are We Asking Too Much of Internal Audit?

Whenever there are bad news or new events, many articles and posts start to pop up almost immediately questioning "where were the auditors?" and /or offering thoughts on internal audit's role in the event. Recent examples are the never-ending cases of sexual harassments and the rise of artificial intelligence. This leads to the question;"Are auditors still an easy target?". Or, perhaps, this is done out of love to internal auditors and in recognition of their vital role? If it is the latter, it should, obviously, be welcomed by internal auditors! 
Many agree that the role of internal audit is continuously evolving as a result of increased stakeholders' expectations, the continuous advancement of new technology, the increase in business complexity, and the rapid emergence of risks. Many internal audit shops are rising to the expectations and challenges, but how many of them actually had the chance to “assess” the reasonability, practicality, and fairness of the expectations and discussed their views with the stakeholders?
They always say that with authority comes responsibility, and for the sake of this discussion I say: "with higher expectations come real empowerment of internal audit!".
The objective of this post is to ask for internal auditors’ thoughts on these questions:
-         Do you believe stakeholders are asking too much of you?
-          Are you provided with adequate tools, resources, and support to meet the expectations?
-          Have you had the chance to discuss the expectations with your stakeholders?
If I receive enough responses, I will summarize them is a separate post for the benefit of those interested in the subject.
Please share your thought.

The Future of Management Consulting

I am facilitating a discussion through   Convetit on the future of management consulting. A diversified panel of experts from around th...