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Why Hire A CMC?

When you are considering consulting resources, make sure that the consultant you choose possesses the CMC designation. Your project and your organization deserve nothing less.

The CMC (Certified Management Consultant) designation is awarded to those select consultants who have demonstrated a history of substantive results for clients, adherence to the canon of ethics of the Institute of Management Consultants, and professional practice management. To learn more about the CMC designation click here.

At this time, approximately 10,000 consultants in the would have been recognized with the CMC. That is less than 1% of all active consultants in all fields. The advantages to the client organization in ensuring that consultants engaged for projects possess the CMC designation include:

  • A history of results and excellent performance, as attested to by client testimonials, references, and repeat business. Evidence of that track record is required for CMC certification plus Qualifying Written and Oral communications on case studies and Body of Knowledge.

  • Adherence to the highest ethical standards of the profession, as manifest by successfully completing a sitting, monitored exam on the IMC ethical canons and client confirmation of adherence to those standards.

  • Experience in the field, since a minimum of three years of continuous consulting with major management responsibility and successful results are required for certification.

  • Lifelong professional education, provided by the IMC in the form of national conferences, local workshops, written reports, electronic access to research, newsletters, and other weekly professional development.

  • A reference network for challenging client problems, including the IMC USA national data base, local chapter immediate reference sources, and the combined wisdom of the knowledge management created and maintained within IMC USA.

  • The assurance and safety of knowing that the consulting resource you've chosen has passed the toughest certification in the profession, and must maintain that degree of performance through periodic recertification.