MAGNUSSON FINALIST OF MPF AWARDS FOR MANAGEMENT EXCELLENCE IN ASSOCIATION WITH HBR, FT AND GOOGLE ENTERPRISE
Magnusson is a finalist of the 2014 Managing Partners' Forum Awards for Management Excellence, in association with Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times and Google Enterprise.
We have been shortlisted in three categories:
- Best managed international firm
- Best collaboration across international frontiers
- Best strategic leadership.
Other firms shortlisted for the Awards include, among others: BDO, Boston Consulting Group, CBRE, Deloitte, EY, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Jones Lang LaSalle, KPMG, and PwC.
Organized since 2002, the MPF Awards is the only competition that highlights management’s direct contribution to the client experience.
The MPF Awards represent a unique opportunity to honour those advisory firms across the professions that have been judged by independent experts as being best managed, thereby making them highly attractive to clients and employees.
Click here to learn more about the MPF Awards in association with Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times and Google Enterprise: http://www.mpfglobal.com/awards/index.aspx
The Awards ceremony will take place in London on 12th of March 2014.
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