Clare Hill - View from the Top

Thomas Bugler

Sysdoc's UK CEO Clare Hill was recently interviewed for the Management Consultancies Association View From The Top. Questions from Alan Leaman, MCA CEO, saw Clare discuss issues which are pertinent to UK consulting today. Clare covers topics such as Brexit, diversity and future ways of working in our digital-centric world; and the role that we can play in defining these issues as consultancies.

The interview also touches upon the kiwi heritage of Sysdoc, and our own growth as an organisation. Also, Clare expands on the MCA's Consulting Excellence scheme, of which Sysdoc were among the first signatories, and whom are dedicated to the nine principles - a benchmark for successful and sustainable UK consulting.

You can read the interview in full here.

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Clare Hill, Sysdoc UK CEO

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