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Clasificación LC   HD69.C6
M39 2023
Acervo   Todos los ejemplares
ISBN   Link9780593492673 (hardcover)
Autor   LinkMazzucato, Mariana, 1968-
Título   LinkThe big con : how the consulting industry weakens our businesses, infantilizes our governments, and warps our economies / Mariana Mazzucato and Rosie Collington.
Pie de Imprenta   New York : Penguin Press, ©2023.
Descr. Física   338 pages ;  24 cm.
Bibliografía   Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contenido   Introduction: The Big Con: A Confidence Trick -- What is the Consulting Industry? -- Where Consulting Came From: A Brief History -- The Outsourcing Turn: Government by Consultancy and the Third Way -- The Big Confidence Trick: Consultology and Economic Rents -- Evading the Risks, Reaping the Rewards: The Business Model -- Infantilizing Organizations: When Learning Is Undermined Across Government and Business -- Colliding Interests: Consultancies and Democracy -- Climate Consulting: An Existential Threat? -- Conclusion: A Government That Rows So It Can Steer.
Resumen   "A vital and timely investigation into the opaque and powerful consulting industry-and what to do about it There is an entrenched relationship between the consulting industry and the way business and government are managed today that must change. Mariana Mazzucato and Rosie Collington show that our economies’ reliance on companies such as McKinsey & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Bain & Company, PwC, Deloitte, KPMG, and EY stunts innovation, obfuscates corporate and political accountability, and impedes our collective mission of halting climate breakdown. The "Big Con" describes the confidence trick the consulting industry performs in contracts with hollowed-out and risk-averse governments and shareholder value-maximizing firms. It grew from the 1980s and 1990s in the wake of reforms by the neoliberal right and Third Way progressives, and it thrives on the ills of modern capitalism, from financialization and privatization to the climate crisis. It is possible because of the unique power that big consultancies wield through extensive contracts and networks-as advisors, legitimators, and outsourcers-and the illusion that they are objective sources of expertise and capacity. In the end, the Big Con weakens our businesses, infantilizes our governments, and warps our economies. In The Big Con, Mazzucato and Collington throw back the curtain on the consulting industry. They dive deep into important case studies of consultants taking the reins with disastrous results, such as the debacle of the roll out of HealthCare.gov and the tragic failures of governments to respond adequately to the COVID-19 pandemic. The result is an important and exhilarating intellectual journey into the modern economy’s beating heart. With peerless scholarship, and a wealth of original research, Mazzucato and Collington argue brilliantly for building a new system in which public and private sectors work innovatively for the common good"-- Provided by publisher.
Tema   LinkBusiness consultants
  LinkConsultants
  LinkConsulting firms
Coautor Personal   LinkCollington, Rosie
 
Ubicación   HD69.C6 M39 2023Library Info
Enlace Directo   https://aleph.cide.edu:443/F/?func=direct&doc_number=000175939&local_base=CATALOGO_CIDE

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