Each month we address a vital issue close to consultants’ hearts.
After receiving your response, we will analyse the results in the subsequent issue. This month we examine a subject close to all consultant’s hearts – the bottom line. Is 1999 going to be a particularly good year for the consultancy industry? Why don’t you tell us what you think?
“How do you think the consultancy industry will fare in 1999? What will happen to revenues and charge-out fees?”
A. They will enjoy a boom
B. They’ll rise slightly
C. No noticeable change
D. They’ll fall slightly
E. Expect a sharp downturn
Response by e-mail only. Mark the letter of your choice in the “Subject” box of the e-mail. DO NOT WRITE ANY OTHER TEXT IN THE SUBJECT BOX. Please enclose further comment within the e-mail itself. A #30 book voucher will wing its way to the respondent who provides us with the most contentious comment.
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