Over recent decades, technological and social progress have greatly enhanced the role of Business Consultant in the economy, as Foreign Direct Investment has also proved to be very important for economic development. Technological breakthroughs have enormously impacted consulting and yet its major factor is still the interaction between humans. Thus, technological dehumanization and the humanizing force of client-consultant interactions work in tandem. This paper describes key features of general consulting in Hungary with special emphasis on foreign-owned company’s subsidiaries. Digital technology, which is now universal and new business models are radically changing both the workplace and the way in which work is done. We were looking for answers what practical methods the consultants used during the counselling process, what extent new consulting practices appeared at the implementation.
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