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In consulting, the firm with the best talent wins. Or does it? Securing top talent is, of course, essential to any firm’s success. But now more than ever, the firm that manages its workforce most effectively, comes out ahead. Is your firm managing talent as efficiently as it could and should be? Getting the right people on the right projects at the right time is no longer a luxury for consulting firms—it’s absolutely essential to success for the firm, the client and the bottom line.

Not only do you see it’s impacts on employee satisfaction and retention, but in the quality in which your teams, and your firm overall, is perceived by your customers and the marketplace.  Finding that balance can have a huge impact on productivity, profitability and reputation.

To explore this topic, plan now to join us online April 11 and uncover answers to such critical questions as:
  • Is your firm effectively and efficiently managing its workforce?
  • How can you ensure you have the right people on the right projects at the right time?
  • What are the key pitfalls to avoid when it comes to managing your firm’s talent?
  • What are some of the professions’ best practices in resource management?
  • What steps should your firm be taking right now for success?

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, Netsuite.

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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.


Claudia Saran
Partner and U.S. People & Change Leader

Claudia Saran, a KPMG Partner and U.S. People & Change Leader, has spent 26 years helping organizations manage people and change in the areas of organizational and cultural transformation, change management, organizational design, HR function optimization, and leadership and talent management. In 2011, Saran was named one of Consulting magazine Women Leaders in Consulting.
Tom Rodenhauser
General Manager
ALM Intelligence & Managing Director, Advisory Services

Tom Rodenhauser has overall business responsibility for ALM Intelligence and Consulting Magazine. He has spent nearly 20 years advising leading management and IT consulting firms on strategic growth, talent management, and market positioning initiatives, as well as analyzed hundreds of consultancies in order to advise clients on best practices in consulting services. 

Melissa Jezior
Founder, President & CEO
Eagle Hill Consulting

Melissa is responsible for the firm’s overall performance and growth, as well as it's overall strategy and services. In 2016, Eagle Hill was the No. 6 ranked firm on Consulting's annual Fastest Growing Firms list with 335 percent growth. Since launching Eagle Hill Consulting in 2003, Jezior's leadership has led to revenue growth, on average, in excess of 100 percent year over year.
Terry Melnik
Product Marketing Director

Terry Melnik leads product marketing for NetSuite’s professional services automation solutions, SRP and OpenAir.  He joined NetSuite in 2014 to drive awareness and adoption of NetSuite’s solution.  With over 15 years of experience, Melnik was in the software industry in leadership roles in professional services, product management and business strategy, as well as with several highly respected management consulting firms.  He holds an MBA from Boston College.