Whilst some people reading this issue may be discovering Ashidge Consulting for the first time, many Converse readers have worked with us for a number of years. Just as we have seen so many of our client organisations flourish and grow, we too have been developing and evolving as a business, in order to meet the changing needs of our clients. We would like to take this opportunity to bring you up to date with the full range of activities that we now undertake. In particular, we want to share with you the way in which the structure and leadership of our consulting organisation have recently been redesigned to provide increased focus and clarity around our areas of expertise.
Smallwood, J., Rebbeck, M., Dickson, R. & Powell, M. (2007) Launched - Four Practice Groups, Converse, Issue 5, pp. 6 - 8
Knight, A. & Rebbeck, M. (2002) Disciplined Imagination, Innovations, pp.45-48
We all know that what you measure gets done. But what if you are measuring the wrong things and doing the wrong things as a result? Michaela Rebbeck talks to Alex Knight about operational measures that are helping companies to maximise their profits.
Rebbeck, M. & Knight, A. (2002) Measures of Success, Directions - The Ashridge Journal, Winter.
The chances are that the only thing you can say with any certainty is that you intend to be around fighting to succeed in whatever business climate exists. How you get from here to there in good shape is anybody's guess. Ashridge Consulting deploys strategic scenarios in their work with organisations to explore possible business futures.
Rebbeck, M. (2002) Where Do You See Your Company in 5 Years Time?, Ashridge Consulting
Knight, A . & Rebbeck, M. (2001) 'Global Consulting' chapter in Consultancy: A Handbook for Practice, 2nd edition, Kogan Page
Alex Knight and Michaela Rebbeck of Ashridge Consulting talk to Dr Eliyahu Goldratt about his latest business novel ‘Necessary But Not Sufficient’ and his challenge to conventional business thinking.
Rebbeck, M. & Knight, A. (2001) In Search of True Change, Directions - The Ashridge Journal, Summer
Rebbeck, M. (2000) Bringing The Future Into The Present, Strategy & Scenario Planning , October/November
Rebbeck, M. (2000) Learning to Ask Better Questions, Strategy & Scenario Planning , December
Rebbeck, M. (2000) Scenarios on-line, London, November