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1⃣ Covid-19 is adding to existing threats facing the consulting industry.
2⃣ It’s a bad time to be looking for a job in consulting.
3⃣ But for many firms, the crisis is proving to be an opportunity.
4⃣ Executive coaches say they are busier than ever,
5⃣ and remote work is inspiring consultants to innovate.
Even before Covid-19, consulting firms were facing challenges from technology that had tipped the balance of power. Clients have access to information and resources online which they never had before, meaning they might need consultants’ advice less often. Online search and social media have also given clients new ways to find other consultants to work
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Information Governance expert cites data-savvy consumers, regulatory fines, and revenue impacts as motivation for data ethics strategy—in a new article from Messaging Architects
HOBOKEN, N.J. (PRWEB) October 02, 2020
Messaging Architects, an eMazzanti Technologies Company and data compliance solution provider, discusses three factors that motivate enterprise business leaders to adopt data ethics business strategy in a new article on the Messaging Architects website.
The informative article first reviews the data ethics problem. The author then discusses data-savvy consumers, regulatory fines, and revenue impacts as factors that elevate data ethics to the level of business strategy. He concludes by listing several data ethics principles for readers to consider.
“Considering today’s data-savvy consumers, expanding data regulations and the revenue impacts of poor policy, a comprehensive data ethics strategy supported by robust data governance tools should not be optional,” stated Greg Smith, Vice President of Services Delivery at Messaging Architects.