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Authors: Sher Singh Bhakar (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Swami Prasad (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Ajit Upadhyaya (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Monaca Howladar (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Monica Garg (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior)
Published in: 2008
Length: 5 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This case is about a leading management consultancy organisation, which rendered human resources solutions, outsourcing, flexi staffing, firm staffing and personality development services etc, to cater to the needs of individuals and corporate entities. The consultancy company was operating in many countries. The company appointed a business partner at its Gwalior office in the MP Province of India in the year 2005. The business partner at Gwalior was highly skilled and competent but was dissatisfied with the growth of the consultancy business and was searching for new avenues for his own revenue generation. He wanted to bridge the gap between industry and educational institutes. He was thinking of opening up a training academy branch at Gwalior with the purpose of expanding the consultancy business under the same brand. He was also engaged in other private business assignments as well as his consultancy tasks.
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December 2006

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Abstract

This case is about a leading management consultancy organisation, which rendered human resources solutions, outsourcing, flexi staffing, firm staffing and personality development services etc, to cater to the needs of individuals and corporate entities. The consultancy company was operating in many countries. The company appointed a business partner at its Gwalior office in the MP Province of India in the year 2005. The business partner at Gwalior was highly skilled and competent but was dissatisfied with the growth of the consultancy business and was searching for new avenues for his own revenue generation. He wanted to bridge the gap between industry and educational institutes. He was thinking of opening up a training academy branch at Gwalior with the purpose of expanding the consultancy business under the same brand. He was also engaged in other private business assignments as well as his consultancy tasks.

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December 2006

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