How management consultancy arrived in Mongolia

Written by Altantuya Altankhuu CMC, MBA Wednesday 04 May 2022
Altantuya Altankhuu of the Mongolian Management Consultants’ Institute tells the story of how management consultancy has begun to flourish
World map with focus on Mongolia with capital city Ulan Bator. Red triangle pin points on it.

Little did I imagine that when I started the Mongolian Management Consultants’ Institute (MMCI) in 2011 that I would have the honour and privilege to be where I am today.

I first learnt about the Institute of Consulting in 2012, when over 24 Mongolian consultants received core consultancy skills training from John Moore of Exponential Training and ICUK. Eight of the consultants who attended John’s training passed the examination and we all received Institute of Consulting UK certificates that made us feel as proud as any university graduate.

It has been an extremely interesting decade since we started operating

From communism to capitalism

Mongolia transited out of a command economy and into a democratic and free market economy in the early 1990s. During the past 30 years, we have witnessed a great deal of change.

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