I swear we're all in the wrong businesses. The real money is in consulting:
The results of a management study that cost the Philadelphia School District nearly $700,000 have languished unread by top officials for almost a year, The Inquirer has learned.
In fact, it took district officials about a week to even locate a report by the consultants involved after The Inquirer requested the information.
The report was the end product of more than a year's study of the district's management and organizational structure. It had been commissioned by the School Reform Commission.
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The study was conducted by Noreen Timoney, a management and organizational consultant, and Evergreen Solutions, a Florida-based consulting firm. Timoney is the wife of former Police Commissioner John F. Timoney. She has done consulting work for the Miami-Dade school district in Florida and smaller districts in New York.
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Timoney, in an interview last week, said she had found the district's organization was in disarray.