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MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY - Solutions Manual

CHAPTER 4 PROFESSIONAL ATTRIBUTES OF MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
I. Questions 1. Refer to page 49, par 1 2. Refer to pages 49 to 65 3. Refer to pages 49 to 65 4. Some of the factors which affect the degree of competence required in a particular MAS engagement are 1. the nature, difficulty or complexity of the engagement, 2. the significance of the recommendations for which responsibility will be assumed by the CPA, and 3. the role assumed by the CPA, i.e., as an analyst, advisor or a researcher. 5. The CPA may acquire competence and proficiency in MS through 1. Education – formal or informal (e.g., attending courses offered by universities and colleges or professional or trade associations; reading, self-study) 2. Experience (e.g., actual supervision) 3. Research 4. Consultation with CPAs and other professionals 6. Refer to pages 58 – 59. 7. Refer to pages 50 – 64. 4-1

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14. 5. Refer to pages 59 – 61. 13. D C A C B 6. 7. 15. 2. II. 9. Refer to pages 64 – 65. 12. 8. 10. B C D D D 4-2 . 9. Refer to pages 52 – 57.Chapter 4 Professional Attributes of Management Consultants 8. 4. 10. B C B A C 11. 3. Multiple Choice Questions 1.