NEWS ARCHIVE

Preview: Germany’s best auditors 2020

By dfink  /  23. February 2020
On March 19, together with manager magazin, we will celebrate the auditing industry's leading companies at the Staatsoper unter den Linden in Berlin. This year, Matthias Schulz, Director of the Staatsoper, Martin Plendl, CEO of Deloitte, Petra Raspels, Head of People & Organisation of PwC, Nils Stieglitz, President and Managing Director of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, and other distinguished speakers will focus on one topic in particular: Talent Management. Take a look back at the 2019 meeting here.
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Interview with Handelsblatt

By dfink  /  16. January 2020
In an interview with Bert Fröndhoff of Handelsblatt, Professor Dietmar Fink comments on current market developments in the consulting industry and the growing power of the leading consultancies.
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The night of the Consulting Champions 2020

By dfink  /  9. January 2020
In Berlin, WGMB celebrated Germany's best specialist consultants together with the business magazine Capital. In a private atmosphere existing networks were cultivated, new contacts were made, serious topics were discussed and good ideas were developed into even better ones.
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Why does the government need management consultants?

By dfink  /  21. December 2019
Consultants are in good business with government agencies, ministries and other state institutions. In 2018, the German government alone spent at least 175 million euros of taxpayers' money on external consulting. Is this money well invested? This was the topic of a discussion hosted by Geli Hensolt on SWR2 Forum with Professor Dietmar Fink, Elke Benning-Rohnke and Dr. Gerhard Schick.
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Interview on Capital.de

By dfink  /  21. December 2019
In an interview with Lutz Meier from the business magazine Capital, Bianka Knoblach and Dietmar Fink discuss the current challenges faced by small and large consulting firms.
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The Hidden Champions 2020

By dfink  /  19. December 2019
The consulting industry is dominated by a few large consulting companies. About a quarter of the approximately 36 billion Euro turnover on the German consulting market is generated by 25 of the 16,000 companies - led by the big three: McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group and Bain & Company. But when it comes to the quality of consulting, small, specialized firms sometimes outstrip the big ones. The magazine Capital reports on the new edition of our study on the hidden champions of the consulting market.
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German SME Summit 2019

By dfink  /  28. June 2019
For the tenth time, on the occasion of the 6th German SME Summit in the Jahrhunderthalle in Frankfurt, together with former Federal President Christian Wulff and over 1,200 guests, we honoured the best consultants for SMEs. This year again, Linda Zervakis, the charming Tagesschau spokeswoman, led through the evening.
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German auditors’ meeting in Frankfurt am Main

By dfink  /  22. March 2019
Invited by manager magazin and WGMB, "Germany's best auditors" met in Frankfurt. In presentations, debates and personal discussions, more than 90 guests explored what moves the industry and how artificial intelligence is changing the auditing profession.
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Germany’s best auditors 2019

By dfink  /  21. March 2019
For decades, the Big Four controlled everything in the world of auditors. But for PwC, EY, KPMG and Deloitte, the former core business is developing into a sideline; they are growing primarily thanks to their advisory services. In a study with manager magazin, we uncover the strengths and weaknesses of the most important players in the industry - and award Germany's best auditors.
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Interview on the benefits of consultants on SWR Aktuell

By dfink  /  1. March 2019
What do consultants really achieve? When does it make sense to bring in external expertise? In an interview with Andreas Herrler from SWR Aktuell, Prof. Fink discusses the benefits of consulting assignments in politics and industry.
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Article on public sector consulting in manager magazin

By dfink  /  22. February 2019
The affair of questionable public contracts is giving the consulting industry an unfortunate debate. Over three billion euros were spent last year by public bodies on consultants. In manager magazin, Dietmar Student picks up on our market figures and confronts BCG Germany CEO Carsten Kratz with unpleasant questions.
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The best consultants in Switzerland

By dfink  /  22. February 2019
McKinsey, BCG and Bain are the best management consultants in Switzerland. For the fourth time following 2009, 2012 and 2015, we have taken a close look at the Swiss consulting market. In its March issue, the magazine BILANZ reports exclusively on the results of our study.
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Future Talk by Deloitte with Professor Fink

By dfink  /  21. January 2019
Just like in the fashion industry, management trends alternate time and again. Some ideas are in vogue, some get forgotten and some become classics. In Deloitte's "Future Talk", Dr. Alexander Börsch and Professor Fink discuss the future of management concepts, whether artificial intelligence can provide us with completely new approaches and how the education of managers will change.
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Interview on manager-magazin.de

By dfink  /  27. August 2018
In an interview with Dietmar Student from Manager Magazin, Bianka Knoblach and Dietmar Fink shed light on the strengths and weaknesses of the consulting profession and the future of the consulting market.
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Report in Manager Magazin

By dfink  /  23. August 2018
The consulting industry is running hot. Every wisdom, no matter how banal, can be turned into money under the sign of digitalization. But who really has something to offer? In its September issue, Manager Magazin reported exclusively on the results of our new study on the leading management consultants in Germany.
Read more
On March 19, together with manager magazin, we will celebrate the auditing industry's leading companies at the Staatsoper unter den Linden in Berlin. This year, Matthias Schulz, Director of the Staatsoper, Martin Plendl, CEO of Deloitte, Petra Raspels, Head of People & Organisation of PwC, Nils Stieglitz, President and Managing Director of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, and other distinguished speakers will focus on one topic in particular: Talent Management. Take a look back at the 2019 meeting here.
Read more
By dfink  /  16. January 2020

Interview with Handelsblatt

In an interview with Bert Fröndhoff of Handelsblatt, Professor Dietmar Fink comments on current market developments in the consulting industry and the growing power of the leading consultancies.
Read more
In Berlin, WGMB celebrated Germany's best specialist consultants together with the business magazine Capital. In a private atmosphere existing networks were cultivated, new contacts were made, serious topics were discussed and good ideas were developed into even better ones.
Read more
Consultants are in good business with government agencies, ministries and other state institutions. In 2018, the German government alone spent at least 175 million euros of taxpayers' money on external consulting. Is this money well invested? This was the topic of a discussion hosted by Geli Hensolt on SWR2 Forum with Professor Dietmar Fink, Elke Benning-Rohnke and Dr. Gerhard Schick.
Read more
By dfink  /  21. December 2019

Interview on Capital.de

In an interview with Lutz Meier from the business magazine Capital, Bianka Knoblach and Dietmar Fink discuss the current challenges faced by small and large consulting firms.
Read more
By dfink  /  19. December 2019

The Hidden Champions 2020

The consulting industry is dominated by a few large consulting companies. About a quarter of the approximately 36 billion Euro turnover on the German consulting market is generated by 25 of the 16,000 companies - led by the big three: McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group and Bain & Company. But when it comes to the quality of consulting, small, specialized firms sometimes outstrip the big ones. The magazine Capital reports on the new edition of our study on the hidden champions of the consulting market.
Read more
By dfink  /  28. June 2019

German SME Summit 2019

For the tenth time, on the occasion of the 6th German SME Summit in the Jahrhunderthalle in Frankfurt, together with former Federal President Christian Wulff and over 1,200 guests, we honoured the best consultants for SMEs. This year again, Linda Zervakis, the charming Tagesschau spokeswoman, led through the evening.
Read more
Invited by manager magazin and WGMB, "Germany's best auditors" met in Frankfurt. In presentations, debates and personal discussions, more than 90 guests explored what moves the industry and how artificial intelligence is changing the auditing profession.
Read more
For decades, the Big Four controlled everything in the world of auditors. But for PwC, EY, KPMG and Deloitte, the former core business is developing into a sideline; they are growing primarily thanks to their advisory services. In a study with manager magazin, we uncover the strengths and weaknesses of the most important players in the industry - and award Germany's best auditors.
Read more
What do consultants really achieve? When does it make sense to bring in external expertise? In an interview with Andreas Herrler from SWR Aktuell, Prof. Fink discusses the benefits of consulting assignments in politics and industry.
Read more
The affair of questionable public contracts is giving the consulting industry an unfortunate debate. Over three billion euros were spent last year by public bodies on consultants. In manager magazin, Dietmar Student picks up on our market figures and confronts BCG Germany CEO Carsten Kratz with unpleasant questions.
Read more
McKinsey, BCG and Bain are the best management consultants in Switzerland. For the fourth time following 2009, 2012 and 2015, we have taken a close look at the Swiss consulting market. In its March issue, the magazine BILANZ reports exclusively on the results of our study.
Read more
Just like in the fashion industry, management trends alternate time and again. Some ideas are in vogue, some get forgotten and some become classics. In Deloitte's "Future Talk", Dr. Alexander Börsch and Professor Fink discuss the future of management concepts, whether artificial intelligence can provide us with completely new approaches and how the education of managers will change.
Read more
In an interview with Dietmar Student from Manager Magazin, Bianka Knoblach and Dietmar Fink shed light on the strengths and weaknesses of the consulting profession and the future of the consulting market.
Read more
By dfink  /  23. August 2018

Report in Manager Magazin

The consulting industry is running hot. Every wisdom, no matter how banal, can be turned into money under the sign of digitalization. But who really has something to offer? In its September issue, Manager Magazin reported exclusively on the results of our new study on the leading management consultants in Germany.
Read more