03 Jul 2020
The gap between contraction and expansion is beginning to narrow for activity and new workflow according to the Forum's monthly tracker, but remains flat for headcount at nearly 40 percentage points. Also, only 11% of firms are expecting a dip in income of 30% or more compared with 56% in April, and those expecting no dip in income has increased from 7% to 16%.Download the report
29 Jun 2020
After 15 episodes of ‘Sharing Challenges’, ‘Re-tuning your firm’ is the new theme from 3 July. Many organisations wait for a storm to abate. Smart firms treat adverse conditions as though they were in a Formula 1 pitstop. They use the time to fine-tune everything. That way, they and their car are as ready as possible for the new normal. The agenda and conversational style remain the same as previous shows.Read more
18 Jun 2020
Michael Roch, Head of Consulting at Performance Leader, explores effective performance reviews, and how exceptional contribution to clients or management of the business is best rewarded.Read more
03 Jun 2020
Developed in partnership with the Consultancy Procurement Council and the PM Forum, the Professional Services Marketplace is based on two simple observations: every professional firm is both a client and a supplier - and requires suitable tools for both roles - and making a start is usually the most difficult part of a relationship.Read more
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