Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 9, 2010
The Georgia Chapter of IMC USA, the Institute of Management Consultants, has recently upgraded its online capabilities by integrating with the IMC USA national web site platform (http://www.imcusa.org). The gateway to the Georgia Chapter information, including upcoming chapter events, can be found on the left hand navigation bar under “Chapters.”
Today, many corporations are being challenged to operate with lean headcounts and reduced in-house expertise. Management consultants offer flexible options for obtaining sorely needed expertise on an as-needed basis. The Georgia Chapter of IMC USA is a professional association of business consultants with specialties in a wide range of functional business areas, including leadership, strategy, marketing, sales, R&D, human resources, and operations.
Via the new web site, businesses seeking top-flight consultants throughout the United States can easily locate needed specialists at http://www.imcusa.org/search/advanced.asp. By selecting the “certified” option on the first search page, those who have achieved the highest level of certification as a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) can be specifically identified. All member consultants provide the added assurance that they will conform to the IMC Code of Ethics (http://www.imcusa.org/?page=ETHICSCODE). Other potential business advantages include competitive rates, and since the association is national in scope, reduced travel time and expense.
In addition to providing businesses a central sourcing location for high performing consultants, the new web site and the IMC USA organization also provide many advantages to Georgia Chapter members. These include the only source for the internationally recognized program to attain “mastery” status as a CMC (Certified Management Consultant), local education and networking meetings geared toward revenue development, and additional national professional education programs.
The Georgia Chapter of IMC USA is the premier statewide professional organization for practicing consultants, especially those who are interested in professional certification via the CMC. The chapter goals are, like the national organization, to set the standard for excellence and ethics in consulting.