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Disruption is all around us. Change is the new normal and consulting firms that continue to embrace the old and outdated ways of firm management are doomed. The old tried-and-true traditions of yesterday are no longer effective to running a modern-day consulting firm, but breaking those old habits can be tricky. So, what does the firm of the future look like? And, how can you ensure that your consultancy’s not left in the dust while others race ahead?

In this session, we’ll take a sneak peak inside a few firms that are winning the automation war; firms that have cracked the code on people and process; firms that understand how technology will enable effective firm management. In a rapidly changing world, a new approach is paramount to performance—and ultimately, profitability. Are you already a firm of the future or are you still managing the firm the way you did a decade ago?

To explore this topic, plan now to join us online November 8 and uncover answers to such critical questions as:
  • What does the firm of the future look like?
  • How will technology impact and enable firm management?
  • Do you have the tools and technology in place to succeed?
  • What strategies can you use to break out of the old ways of thinking—and acting?
  • 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, Workday.


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.


Errol Gardner
Deputy Vice Chair, Global Advisory practice

Errol Gardner is EY Deputy Vice Chair of our Global Advisory practice and is responsible for implementing strategy and operations to address the disruption and pace of change affecting clients and the consulting industry globally. With over 25 years of professional services experience, Errol has held roles at PwC and IBM. His previous experience focused on implementing SAP and Oracle solutions internationally, including data warehouse, reporting and analytics solutions. In recent years he has principally focused on Financial Services and has experience working in the oil and gas, and power and utility sectors.
Cyndi Stains
Chief Financial Officer

With experience in top financial roles at both large and small companies, Chief Financial Officer Cyndi Stains is well positioned to ensure Navigate’s financial structure and reporting processes provide every member of the team with the resources and data they need to meet the needs of their clients. She has specific expertise in improving financial processes and managing teams to maximize effectiveness, gather and report key metrics, and enable high quality customer service.
Justin Peppel

Justin Peppel is a Manager with Navigate and has 5+ years of combined industry and consulting experience.Justin helps clients in the execution of strategies to facilitate change, improve business processes, and implement enterprise technology, while aiming to reduce long-term expense and increase operational efficiency. Prior to joining Navigate, Justin held a consulting position at IBM.
Doug Barbin
Schellman & Company

Doug Barbin is a principal/owner at Schellman & Company, LLC based in Northern California where he has the privilege of serving the world’s leading and innovative technology providers. He has more than 20 years of experience in the development and delivery of technology, cybersecurity, fraud, audit, privacy, and certification services. Internally, he spends a significant amount of time training Schellman’s professionals on advanced topics such as cloud computing and cybersecurity. Doug started his career at Price Waterhouse in the forensic accounting practice and helped build out the firm’s first computer forensics lab in the late 90s.
Patrice Cappello
Strategic Industry Advisor, Professional and Business Services

Patrice brings more than 20 years of operational software and business development experience to the professional services industry practice, helping customers across the globe on their digital transformation journey.