The rise in outsourcing of business management solutions and the increasingly global business market combine to create advisors who are full of fresh new ideas, coupled with years of solid experience interacting with people in the business world. Both qualities are invaluable for any good strategy management consultants. The wealth of previously unknown ideas, both new and old, from various parts of the world, is a great asset for giving consultants new perspective on how to solve business problems that are using them. Equally important, however, is the actual experience in interacting with office workers and management staff in real world situations. Without this real world skill, a management consultant can have all new fresh ideas that the world offers, but no idea how to apply them in an actual office. In addition, companies that have done some research on their own and believe they have found new management styles that suit their employees can use the global market to locate a management consultant who has specific experience with the new management techniques or their current structure, or better yet both. Management consultants come in two basic types: those who teach and those who do. Despite the old adage “those who cannot do, teach”, both of these methods can be equally effective and, indeed, the two are just different methods of conveying the same information to a company and its employees. The differences between them have more to do with the preferences of the company and the hiring of the special powers of the management consultant than anything else. Some companies actually prefer to manage the consultant come in and take over the management of a particular project, rather than “managing managers”, so to speak. In general, these companies and consultants believe that employees can better understand the new management techniques, if we see them in action before attempting to apply them in the work environment. In other cases, the administrator is to act as an advisor to the current managers, helping them improve their business practices and improve the overall performance of employees in the company. Firms like Leading Approach, a business management consultancy, support the management team in providing a clear strategy that is attractive to the workforce. This unique alignment of strategy, infrastructure and people helps to produce dramatic business benefits including double digit productivity improvements. Leading approach continually helps clients improve customer focus, significantly reduce infrastructure costs and achieve measureable improvements in staff satisfaction.