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NICHE: Nick Reynolds, James Chapman and Dean Felton are helping service companies plan the next stage of their development. Photo: Bohdan Warchomij

Oyster polishes its approach

Given the work they do, it should not be surprising to find that management consultants go through periods of change and renewal – adjusting to market demands and the people they have to meet that.

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