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We all know consulting, like pretty much every industry, is being disrupted. But how much disruption are we really talking about… dramatic? drastic? draconian? All of the above. There’s no doubt that the consulting profession, like many other industries, is changing right before our eyes. Will there be a dramatic shift in how consulting services are delivered and how consulting firms are managed? We sure think so.

There are several factors accelerating the disruption, for sure—outdated business models, new entrants, consolidation, and more savvy buyers, among others. But the bigger question is this: What are you going to do about it? The change imperative is upon us all. Are the old tried-and-true methodologies still going to work? Don’t bet on it. What are going to be the keys to navigating this brave new world? And what, ultimately, will be technology’s role in the consulting firm of the future? When it comes to firm management, have we reached the technological tipping point? These are big questions and the answers will define the next decade of consulting.

Hosted by Consulting Editor-in-Chief Joe Kornik, this webinar promises a 360-degree view of the topic. Featuring insights on digital disruption and the change imperative, attendees will gain valuable strategies to help navigate the future of consulting in this informative and interactive session.

Join us online February 13, 2018—at no cost—and uncover answers to such critical questions as:

  • Is your firm prepared for the disruption in consulting?
  • Are you agile enough to adjust to this rapidly changing environment?
  • How will you navigate the change imperative in consulting?

  • Have we reached the technological tipping point?

  • What steps should your firm be taking right now to run your business more profitably?

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

Ismail Amla
Managing Partner
IBM Global Business Services, North America

Ismail Amla is Managing Partner, IBM Global Business Services, North America, IBM’s professional services division and the world’s largest consulting organization. In this capacity, Amla sets the strategic direction of the GBS team—the first cognitive consulting practice—as it engages with corporations, government agencies and educational institutions.

Paul Prior
Managing Director
FTI Consulting

Paul Prior is a Managing Director at FTI Consulting and leads the Digital Transformation and Risk and Regulation Practices, creating sustainable business improvement for both Fortune 500 companies and Start-Ups across Ireland, the UK, North America, South Africa and South America. Paul is regularly featured in publications such as The Guardian, Sunday Business Post, CIO Magazine and Business Insurance Magazine and was also recognized this year as one of the Who Who’s Legal global experts in Data quoted as “[drawing] high praise from sources who consider him a superb strategist”.

Lou Hazim
Account Director
RedCloud Consulting

Lou Hazim is an Account Director at RedCloud Consulting. Lou has 22 years assisting clients achieve their initiatives by leveraging People, Process and Technology. RedCloud is a boutique firm founded in 1995 with a primary goal of empowering businesses to realize their potential and reach peak performance by providing a broad array of both Business and IT Consulting.

Natasha Engan
SVP, Global Consulting

As Deltek's Senior Vice President of Global Consulting, Natasha Engan is responsible for leading the company’s services business, Deltek Global Consulting. A 20+-year veteran of the software and services business, Natasha has a strong background in managing cross-functional, customer-facing teams in a global workforce.
Before Deltek, she held various leadership positions at IBM, including VP of Security Financial Services Market and Security Sales, and VP of North American Cloud Services. Among other roles, Natasha was responsible for IBM cyber security services and software for the evolving threat landscapes in the Financial Services Market. She also had executive management responsibilities for IBM's cloud services businesses, including strategy, market selection, day-to-day sales, P&L management, partner strategy and customer satisfaction.

Prior to working at IBM, Natasha held other global sales and services positions at Ascential Software and consulted to early stage technology companies. Natasha graduated from Mount Holyoke College and the Executive Program at Louisiana State University.