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The End of Work as We Know It? - Presentation by Daniel Callaghan, Founder & CEO of MBA&Co at the NOAH 2013 Conference in London, Old Billingsgate on the 14th of November 2013.

The End of Work as We Know It? - Presentation by Daniel Callaghan, Founder & CEO of MBA&Co at the NOAH 2013 Conference in London, Old Billingsgate on the 14th of November 2013.

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    MBA&Co - NOAH13 London MBA&Co - NOAH13 London Presentation Transcript

    • An Introduction to MBA & Company
    • • • 2 An Introduction to MBA & Company 20-33% of US Workforce are independent workers Companies are spending $300bn per year on contingent labour
    • • • An Introduction to MBA & Company China independent workers rose from 20,000 to 125,000 in 5 years from 2007-12 • 3 65% of graduates in China believe flexible working is their right 22% of Indian workers would never want to work in firm that does not embrace flexible working
    • 1. Cost savings • • 70% Utilisation rate of full time employees plus national insurance, holidays, sick days 50%+ desks unused according to Regus 2. Limited Market responsiveness 3. Limited capacity to bring on better talent 4 An Introduction to MBA & Company
    • Hrs worked per week ODESK.com GROWTH 200,000 hours of work bought per week Typically copy writing, SEO, logo design type work Ave Project Value - $4,000 Average wage - $10 per hour Client base – SMEs / Entrepreneurs 2003 5 An Introduction to MBA & Company 2012
    • Price Onsite Inefficient solutions for short term project work that requires skilled professionals = $30bn globally Low Price / Low Difficulty Short term / Remote 6 An Introduction to MBA & Company Complexity Duration
    • Price Onsite Low Price / Low Difficulty Short term / Remote 7 An Introduction to MBA & Company Complexity Duration
    • • • Over 16,000+ screened consultants in 132 countries all with min 5 years experience and post grad from world top 50 school • Account managed service capable of providing an immediate response to exact match profile with reputation ratings and milestone based payments ensuring high quality • 8 A global spot market for accessing the top 1% of independent talent worldwide operating on an “Ebay meets McKinsey” model. Projects delivered in over 50 countries and 40 industries An Introduction to MBA & Company
    • • • 70% of projects market research, market assessment and strategic planning • Ave project value £16k • An Introduction to MBA & Company 60% Professional Service Firms and PE Funds • 9 50% of clients large corporates Average use 3 times per year with 98% rated 4* and above
    • Staffing and Hiring – Switch to a more JIT basis – Cut layers of middle management out – Flexible and remote working to be norm Disruption of the Management consultancy market – Expert project solutions but loss of smaller projects – Value priced billing to reduce dramatically – Automation of intelligence and services 10 An Introduction to MBA & Company
    • • Do not have the time to do? • Do not have the in-house expertise or skills to do? • Do not have the international reach to do? • Do not have the budget for a traditional consultancy or agency? www.MBACO.com Thank you 11 An Introduction to MBA & Company