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Тема 9. Экономические основы консультирования




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Платные и бесплатные услуги консультанта.

Компоненты бюджета консультационного проекта. Затраты времени консультанта. Прямые издержки на осуществление консультационного проекта.

Схемы оплаты консультационных услуг. Плата за единицу времени. Система retaining. Твердая (паушальная) плата. Оплата в зависимости от результата.

График платежей.

Выставление счета клиенту и сопроводительная информация.

Налогообложение консультационных услуг.

 

Темы для обсуждения и упражнений на практических занятиях

1. Составление бюджета консультационного проекта.

2. Оценка трудозатрат консультанта.

3. Подготовка счета на оплату консультационных услуг.

Тема 10. Повышение квалификации консультантов по менеджменту и

Организационному развитию

Области совершенствования навыков консультирования.

Возможные формы профессиональной переподготовки.

Формы самообразования. Профессиональная периодика.

Деятельность в профессиональных организациях.

Лицензирование консультационной деятельности. Кодексы этики консультанта.

 

Заключение. Перспективы развития управленческого консультирования в России

Потребность российских организаций в консультационных услугах. Уровень осведомленности российских менеджерах об управленческом консультировании.

Особенности российского менеджмента, способствующие и препятствующие развитию рынка консалтинговых услуг в области менеджмента.

Библиография

 

Ниже приведен перечень книг на русском и английском языках, использованных при разработке программы данного курса и подготовке дидактических материалов для проведения практических занятий. Основная литература предназначена для использования студентами при изучении курса. Остальные источники могут быть использованы для дополнительного чтения или разработки конкретных тем при подготовке курсовых работ и магистерских диссертаций.

 

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