When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”

Wayne Dyer

 

 

Project approach

 

In order to provide you with the best possible contri­bu­tion to your busi­ness success through our project work, we have three main charac­te­ris­tics:

Quality

We guarantee our custo­mers highest quality of our consul­ting assign­ment by means of an addi­tional control­ling system. Our members are trained through various work­shops and nume­rous coaching sessions in many consul­ting areas. Through external events with our mentors and internal trai­ning events Student Impact Consultants learn approa­ches and tools rele­vant to the consul­ting projects in order to provide highly profes­sional consul­ting service.

 

Diversity & Innovation

Critically ques­tio­ning the opera­tive busi­ness in ever­yday life is chal­len­ging for many compa­nies. An external team of consul­tants with diffe­rent areas of exper­tise can help to develop new ideas and crea­tive approa­ches for the project. Student Impact includes students from all semes­ters. Our mixed teams with members of diffe­rent profes­sional expe­ri­ences and levels of study allow for a valu­able diver­sity that leads to new, inno­va­tive possi­bi­li­ties for you as a customer.

 

 

Interaction

For us, Interactive coope­ra­tion is pivotal to the success of the project. Therefore, a project team consists of our consul­tants as well as you as customer. As a customer, you are actively involved in the project work from the very begin­ning. The project leader provides you a weekly update and the team pres­ents results and engages in working sessions with the customer several times during the project. This way, the customer is given the chance to proac­tively contri­bute to project progress in order to ensure rich and approved project results.

 

 

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Student Impact – Management Consulting

A non-profit oriented asso­cia­tion at the University of St.Gallen (HSG).

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