The Certified Management Consultant (CMC) qualification
The Certified Management Consultant qualification is only awarded by those Full Members of ICMCI (all of which are National Professional Bodies for Management Consultancy).
The qualification rigorously assesses candidates meet the ICMCI standard in respect of:
- Knowledge: Of business, organisation, functional specialism, market sector and national economy and culture
- Skills: interpersonal, process and analytical (including practicality and a sense of proportion)
- Competence: demonstration in client assignments of competence in operating a complete consulting process and appropriate behaviour
- Trustworthiness: adherence to a defined code of conduct and professional ethics and an understanding of the implications
No other qualification covers this import range for management consultants.
As a competence based qualification, all holders are required to maintain their competence through a programme of continuing professional development or education activities: these activities are judges by their impact on the holder's competence, not by the hours they take to complete.
The CMC is recognised directly in the countries covered by the 46 Members of ICMCI and is useful in all 192 member Nations of the UN (of which ICMCI is an NGO).
The CMC is the internationally recognised mark of excellence in management consultancy.
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