5 management consultants small businesses should follow on LinkedIn to grow. | InspireHUB


When it comes to running a small business, crowdsourcing the wisdom of giants through FREE trusted management consultant resource hubs could be one of the best ways to grow your "team" without adding to your budget.

How do you build resilience during a pandemic, and what do you do next? Whether your looking for guidance on crisis management, transforming to a remote workplace, business continuity or pivot strategies, it can be hard to filter through the flood of resources and conversations happening, so it's handy to have a handful of the best on digital speed-dial.

Many of the top consulting firms share daily content on LinkedIn from their comprehensive resource centres, making it a quick central dashboard to tap into new insights in one place. We've included links to their own sites as well so you can do a deeper dive into their libraries.


Here are 5 of the top management consultants you should be following on LinkedIn to grow your business.


1. McKinsey & Company

One of the most respected sources of business intelligence globally, McKinsey & Company provides a wealth of free information and resources to help you come to terms with almost every aspect of running your business.

Timely asset: Coronavirus: Leading through the crisis

Insights on how organizations can respond and what happens next. Some of their recent articles include:

Follow them: on LinkedIn | on the web

On LinkedIn, they have separate pages for each of their distinct channels. Some of the ones you might find helpful include:


2. Kearney

Kearney is another of the long-standing strategic operations leaders. They also offer businesses free consulting advice with an "ask us anything" invitation on their COVID-19 resource center. Your business question will be answered by their experts.

Timely asset: COVID-19 and its impact on your business. Kearny built a hub of content directly related to COVID19's impact on employees and companies around the world. They are continuously updating it with resources to help you address challenges and opportunities around human resources, retail, supply chain, operations and more.

Some of their recent articles include:

Follow them: on LinkedIn | on the web


3. Strategy& | Part of the PwC Network

With their articles often featured in the Harvard Business Review, Strategy&, part of the PwC network, is another trusted resource for businesses.

Timely asset: Responding to the business impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19). Tap into detailed tactics and download strategy docs to help you transform your cost structure, operating model, and your culture to survive both during and after the pandemic.

Follow them: on LinkedIn | on the web here and here


4. Deloitte Insights

Timely asset: Combating COVID-19 with resilience. Leaders like you are responding to one of the most sweeping crises in recent memory, calling for both empathy and action to guide your people and businesses through uncertain times. This page gathers Deloitte’s global insights to help you not only respond to this crisis but recover and thrive.

In addition, their general Insights stream is filled with valuable ideas and resources including articles, reports and periodicals providing insights on a broad spectrum of topics of interest to executives and government leaders.

Some of their most timely guide collections include:

While some of their guides are designed to support larger businesses, the resources and ideas are relevant and useful for smaller ones too.

Follow them: on LinkedIn | on the web

You can also follow Deloitte as a company: on LinkedIn | on the web


5. Accenture

Like many of the top management consulting firms, Accenture has a variety of portfolios, which you’ll see listed down the side of their LinkedIn pages as “Affiliated Pages.” Depending on the industry you’re in, some will be more relevant than others. One that’s universally helpful is their Accenture Strategy page (on LinkedIn | on the web).

Timely asset: One of the things you may find most helpful right now is their COVID-19 resource hub.

You can follow their general company page here: on LinkedIn | on the web



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