PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (Consulting Practice)
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Getting back into it
Big Four accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has been steadily building its consulting practice in recent years, following the sale of its original consulting wing to IBM in 2002. These days, PwC's management consulting operations focus on operations, finance, organizational strategy and structure, process improvement, human resources effectiveness, technology integration and implementation, risk mitigation and crisis management.
The firm's offerings and expertise expanded late in 2010 with the acquisition of Diamond Management and Technology Consultants. That move brought over 500 experienced consultants into the PwC fold. But while its independence may be gone, the Diamond brand lives on: the unit is officially known as PwC's Diamond Advisory Services, and the company's DiamondExchange thought leadership program was rebranded as PwC's DiamondExchange. Even the leadership remains the same: former Diamond president and CEO Adam Gutstein stayed on to lead the team under PwC's aegis.Become a Gold Member or Log in to read the entire Scoop
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