CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Many leading companies have developed and staffed an internal consulting organization for various reasons, but in times of economic adversity, as costs are scrutinized, the value of all functions within companies are being questioned. Although internal consulting organizations are typically created with a clear purpose, these organizations often grow and take on additional responsibilities supporting important executive issues in a rather amorphous manner, lacking the clear measures of other functions within companies. The latest data has shown that more than a third of internal consulting organizations communicate value assessments only when requested. In light of these points, a recent study was conducted by Best Practices, LLC, with insights available in the newly published report, "Best Practices for Valuing Internal Consulting Organizations." This study employed an online survey of 31 executives as well as in-depth follow-up interviews with participants who demonstrated innovative methods for capturing or communicating functional value.
In a benchmarking study that included such influential companies as 3M Pharmaceuticals, Dell Computer, FedEx, Genentech, General Mills, Johnson & Johnson, MetLife, Motorola, Thomson Reuters and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, key topics included:
Among the key metrics gathered in this report are:
For more information on this report, contact Benjamin Gregory at email@example.com or (919) 767-9160. To access the full report or download a complimentary copy of the report summary, go to http://www.best-in-class.com/rr978.htm.
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|SOURCE Best Practices, LLC|
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