A consultant is a professional who provides expert advice in a particular area such as security (electronic or physical), management, education, accountancy, law, human resources, marketing (and public relations), finance, engineering, science or any of many other specialized fields.
By hiring a consultant, clients have access to deeper levels of expertise than would be financially feasible for them to retain in-house on a long-term basis. Moreover, clients can control their expenditures on consulting services by only purchasing as much services from the outside consultant as desired.
Finstock Consulting is a management and development policy consulting firm dedicated to serving the needs of clients from diverse background. Our senior consultants have over time built their expertise both in the industries we serve and within consulting practices of major international firms. Our consultants have worked for clients in the wider Eastern Africa region. We deliver demonstrable value through quality of our insights, the internal support we generate for change, and the way we work with our clients to implement solutions that deliver measurable value
Finstock Consultants can assist you at any stage of the MBA PHD research proposal/thesis training process, from the conception of an idea to its final, polished completion. We will work with you to make certain that you present your best self…in writing. Listed below are the services that we offer but if you have any other MBA PHD research proposal/thesis training needs, feel free to contact us. We will do our best to accommodate any and all requests.
The benefits of using consultants include:
- Unique solutions that reflect the circumstances and aspirations of the client.
- Speed, because the consultancy team (unlike the in-house management) isn’t distracted by other tasks.
- Knowledge of ‘best practice’ and effective solutions from within the client’s industrial/commercial sector.
- Exposure to expertise derived from other industries and sectors.
- Provision of specific technical skills that are non-existent or in short supply in-house, and often the transfer of such skills to in-house staff.
- Change management skills enhanced by the consultant’s position as independent and objective.