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It’s no secret that measuring performance is critical to success in any industry—and consulting is no different. We all know the saying: “what gets measured gets done.” And tracking the metrics that matter has long been a hot topic in consulting. But perhaps the million-dollar (and maybe billion-dollar?) question is this: “How?” How do you know which metrics matter and how do you monitor and measure them? What practical steps should you be taking now to measure and run your businesses more effectively and profitably?

Some of the profession’s elite firms have put in place the right strategies, tools, and technologies to turn data into actionable insight across the entire project life cycle. These firms have cracked the code and are reaping the benefits—from winning new business to managing projects and engagements to delivering value and attracting, retaining and developing talent. How do they do it? And, more importantly, can you?

To explore this topic, plan now to join us online October 3 and uncover answers to such critical questions as:
  • What are the metrics that matter in consulting today?
  • How do you monitor and measure the metrics you need to succeed?
  • How are the profession’s top firms moving beyond metrics to actionable insight?
  • Do you have the strategies and tools in place you need to be effective?
  • What steps should your firm be taking right now to run your business more profitably?

PLUS—get answers to your own questions by industry experts during the live Q&A session immediately following the presentation.

Hosted by Consulting Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Joe Kornik, this webinar promises a 360-degree view of the topic from industry experts and leading consultancies. This event is offered free of charge to consulting professionals courtesy of our sponsor, Deltek.


Joseph Kornik
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief
Consulting® magazine

As Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Consulting, Joseph Kornik oversees the editorial operations and overall mission of the publication. He is also responsible for the magazine’s Web site and all live and virtual events.


Carolyn Slaski
Americas Vice Chair—Talent

Carolyn Slaski is Americas Vice Chair—Talent at EY. Carolyn leads EY’s efforts to deliver an exceptional experience to each of the organization’s 62,000 people in the Americas. She leverages her understanding of the issues facing EY’s client-serving and professional teams across every aspect of its business to develop strategies that support EY’s momentum in the market, attract top talent, and increase the engagement and retention of its people. She is a member of the EY Americas Executive Board, the US Executive Board, and the Global Talent Executive and chairs the Americas People Advisory Forum.
Jill Going
Managing Director of People
Point B

Jill Going is the Managing Director of People for Point B Inc. She provides strategic direction for Point B’s employment brand, and leads the employee experience, including development and execution of talent strategies, philosophies and methodologies. Jill holds a Bachelors of Science from Concordia University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin.
Adam Tallinger
Vice President
Impact Advisors

Adam Tallinger is a Vice President and Delivery Service Executive at Impact Advisors and is responsible for multiple client relationships and the quality of results at those organizations. He has served as a program director at multiple large scale implementations in the inpatient and ambulatory space. He has experience with not-for-profit, for-profit, and academic medical centers and excels at enhancing patient care through the incorporation of technology as a partner, setting and leading to expectations, and building proactive learning cultures.
Laura McQuaig
Director of Product Marketing, Consulting Industry
Deltek, Inc.

For the past twenty years, Laura has been working with professional services organizations to solve critical business issues around project accounting, project and resource management, forecasting & budgeting and business development. She has been helping firms understand trends, best practices and tools that help people and organizations leverage technology to streamline their business and processes.