Why, and how, Indian IT firms should compete with global consulting firms
Not having biz consulting skills will impact the ability of Indian IT companies to stay relevant
Imagine you are building a house. Your architect drafts a plan that you like. She then recommends a mason. It is likely that you will hire the mason. You may even offer a turnkey project to your architect, including masonry. Now imagine the reverse: your mason recommends an architect. It is less likely that you will engage the architect. It is even less likely that you will offer a turnkey project, including the architecture, to the mason.