Bigger. Better. Both?
15 February, 2016
The engineering profession is poorer for its social media silence
It’s easier not to open your ‘electronic mouth’, but the engineering profession is poorer for its social media silence. ‘Digital disruption’, ‘digital revolution’ or the ‘kaleidoscope’ as George Beaton recently dubbed the constant change and unpredictable movement we all face in the current business world. Call it what you will, it’s evident change is upon us […]
28 August, 2015
We must involve the community in infrastructure decision-making
In this post David Singleton expands on his comment as Chairman of the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia: ‘Australia’s infrastructure decision making has often led to inefficiency and community distrust’. This is of vital public interest and a challenge to all professions that serve the public interest in infrastructure.
3 March, 2015
Whose interests are served by M&A in consulting?
In this post David Singleton asks whose interests are served by M&A in consulting and explores some of the broader, often unthought-of, impacts of the current merger and acquisition in the consulting sector, and asks how often they are a success. He also explores whether smaller firms can remain successful.
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