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Consulting in Knowledge Management -Career Change

 
#1 Consulting in Knowledge Management -Career Change
18/07/2003 00:00

John

Hi - I just received my Ph.D. in OBT and my dissertation was on Knowledge Management in a Public Sector Virtual Organization. I have Masters Degrees in Clinical Psychology and Government Administration. I have lots of experience in all levels (currently a Deputy Health Commissioner) and many areas of management. I am looking to change my career to OD consulting preferably in the Knowledge Management area. I have researched firms, but I just don't know how to make that first contact. I want to work for a medium to large size firm - How do I break into the field? Any advice on resumes, coverletters, etc. strategies would be wonderful. I know I can do it - but how do I get started?

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#2 Re: Consulting in Knowledge Management -Career Change
30/07/2003 00:00

Sabrina Chestang

I'm a first time college student how do i go about a career in management consulting?

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#3 Re: Consulting in Knowledge Management -Career Change
30/07/2003 00:00

Sabrina Chestang

I'm a first time college student how do i go about a career in management consulting?

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#4 Re: Consulting in Knowledge Management -Career Change
13/08/2003 00:00

John

Hi Sabrina,

Sorry I am trying for advice for a career change into consutancy. It is frustrating - but keep up the "good fight". If I learn anything I will share. Can you do the same?

John

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