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The Times celebrate management consultancy in special supplement

—25 May 2017
—The supplement includes the stories behind all the winning projects from both the clients and the firms as well as interviews from all our Consultant of the Year winners.

On 25th May, The Times released a special supplement featuring the winning firms and consultants from the 2017 MCA Awards. The 12 page supplement includes the stories behind all the winning projects from both the clients and the firms as well as interviews from all our Consultant of the Year winners. 

The MCA Awards have now been running for 20 years and are the benchmark for quality within the consulting industry. They demonstrate and recognise the value of consulting and celebrate how clients and consultants working together achieve the best results.

This year's Project of the Year was awarded to Integration Management Consulting with the Department for International Trade. The success of this engagement relied on an innovative approach balancing entrepreneurial and consulting skills, putting communication, stakeholder management and clear governance at the heart of the endeavour, rather than mere support tools.

The Times Award for Consultant of the Year was won by Sonia Storr of Deloitte for her work delivering large-scale transformation programmes and supporting clients in the energy and resources industry to adapt to market challenges.

In his introduction to the Times supplement, Alan Leaman, Chief Executive of the MCA writes:

“In these pages you’ll find compelling evidence of creativity, skill, insight, leadership and persistence, together with deep technical understanding and knowledge. These qualities are already helping to create growth and opportunity, implement change and equip Britain for the future. They are needed more than ever today.”

The supplement is now available as a free PDF download on the MCA website.

-ENDS-

The Management Consultancies Association (MCA)

The MCA is the representative body for management consultancy firms in the UK. Its mission is to promote the value of management consultancy for the economy and society as a whole. The MCA's member companies which is over 60 per cent of the UK consulting industry, employ around 35,000 consultants and work with over 90 of the top FTSE 100 companies and almost all parts of the public sector. The UK consulting industry is amongst the best in the world and a vital part of the business landscape.

Compliance with the MCA's tough entry criteria and rigorous Code of Practicemeans that MCA member companies are widely acknowledged to provide high quality services to their clients.

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