Wednesday, October 12, 2011

How to start and run your own consulting firm

Here is the presentation I gave last night at Columbia Business School.

For those who attended, I particularly appreciate the critical feedback.  I consider your feedback a gift, and I'll be taking it into account in revisions to this material should I be asked to give a talk like this again.

On that note, I'm open to giving on talk like this in other venues: if you'd like to have me speak to an organization you are involved in, let me know.  Email:

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We made an amateur audio and video recording of the talk, and I'll post those within the next few days once I have time to get them uploaded.

You are welcome to share, reuse, and remix this material - a link back to Innovation Bootcamp would be a nice touch.

Here is a PDF version. It is 6.4MB. The PPT version is below.

You should not have to pay to download these files; please let me know if you have any problems downloading them.

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How to start and run your own consulting firm -  

And here is a Powerpoint version. Note that this is ~11MB so may take longer to download.

How to start and run your own consulting firm -

1 comment:

  1. Excellent and comprehensive. Not just the 'how' of starting a consulting firm but also the 'why'. Not full of blithe motivational platitudes, and not much on how to actually *do* the consulting, but still a realistic and therefore very useful checklist.


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