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The challenges of international consulting

Wednesday, 8th of February |  14:00 – 14:45 

The challenges of international consulting


A European studies graduate, Irina Ovsiyevitsj (NL) got her Masters of Science degree at Maastricht University and later her PhD in International Economics and International Relations in Prague. For over 9 years Irina has worked in business consulting for SAP Ariba, which combines industry-leading cloud-based applications with the world's largest Internet-based trading community to help companies discover and collaborate with a global network of partners. Irina became a spend management professional with broad international experience in management consulting, procurement, and business development. Irina has experience with managing business units, decision-making, strategic sourcing and negotiation, project and revenue management, coaching and public speaking, as well developing strong partnership with the world leading organizations.

The challenges of international consulting
In recent years consulting has outperformed the wider economy. Consulting is growing by helping others grow, but how is this actually done? Consulting looks at strategy, technology, culture, ethnicity and values. An organization’s culture is driven by the values throughout that organization. Consultants can only take meaningful decisions on a thorough understanding of the culture and values the client’s organization. Cultural diversity has a huge effect on projects and on relations with people. For example, Western European cultures tend to be highly rational and value things that are convenient in meeting a current need, but do businesses value in Eastern Europe, the US or the Middle East?