Jan 30, 2004

Got this from The Consulting Magazine

Interesting part is that there are two folks from HR consulting firms too on the list...from Hewitt and Towers Perrin. That's good to know !

As expected its dominated by the Strategy boys (Mac...Bain...BCG)

Personally, I only know of two on the list...Rajat Gupta and Tom Davenport ...amazing that Larry Prusack didn't make it...or Porter..!

The Top 25 Most Influential Consultants, 2003

Joshua Aaron, Business Technology Partners
Hans-Paul Burkner, The Boston Consulting Group
Thomas Davenport, Accenture
Ian Davis, McKinsey & Company
Bryan Doyle, Hewitt Associates
Robert Felton, McKinsey & Company
Glover Ferguson, Accenture
Steven Gold, BearingPoint
Rajat Gupta, McKinsey & Company
David Hofrichter, Buck Consultants
Gary Holdren, Huron Consulting Group
Arthur Levitt, Securities & Exchange Commission (this is a consulting firm???)
Donald Lowman, Towers Perrin
David Morrison, Mercer Management Consulting
John Parkinson, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young
Alan Pearson, BearingPoint
Stephen Pratt, Deloitte Consulting
Fred Reichheld, Bain & Company
Ginni Rometty, IBM Business Consulting Services
Michael Silverstein, The Boston Consulting Group
Adrian Slywotzky, Mercer Management Consulting
Carl Steidtmann, Deloitte Consulting
Gail Steinel, BearingPoint
Damian Walch, T -Systems
James Woolsey, Booz Allen & Hamilton