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Management Consulting Capstone Project

Management Consulting

The Management Consulting project gives students the opportunity to develop skills in managing an actual consulting project with real clients ranging from a small business and start-up to a large organization like the Toronto Blue Jays and Loblaw Companies. Students work in teams and are responsible for projects on everything from studying customer opinion to developing strategies for workforce retention.

Typical projects have included:

  • Market research and competitor analysis
  • Investigating and assessing new market opportunities
  • Studying customer opinions and needs  
  • Reviewing operations to improve profitability
  • Developing strategies for workforce attraction and retention
  • Key personnel succession planning
  • Determining executive development requirements

What do clients say about our consulting teams

4.7 / 5

  Professional 

  Organized

  High quality research

4.6 / 5

  Productive study

  Overall team assessment


4.4 / 5

  Quality presentations    

  Valuable study findings


Feedback from our key client executives

“Overall, the team presented some great research and solutions to the problem presented.”

“I really enjoyed the presentation of demographics and statistical data with the report.”

“This team did a fantastic job with their analysis for our market expansion.”

Some recent clients have included

Crewson Insurance Brokers logo
Toronto Blue Jays logo
Henderson Brewing Co
InfernoSolar logo
InnoSoft Fusion logo
Loblaw Companies Limited
XTL Transport Logistics Distribution logo
Wholistic Training & Research Centre logo

Consulting elective courses

Term offered: Winter 2024

This course will examine consulting process models and their application, and help students develop specific skills to assist in their consulting careers. Students will study real life consulting projects with practitioners in order to explore consulting skills, roles, skills and services.

0.5 Credits

Term offered: Winter 2024

Consulting is a major service industry. This course will examine the nature of consulting work, firm structure and the services that are provided, as well as the ways in which consultants and clients work together successfully. Both the theory and the practice of consulting will be addressed. This course will be relevant to students who anticipate being external or internal consultants and includes elements of self-assessment and career planning.

0.5 Credits