Ndarala was founded in April 1996 by a group of independent consultants. Their vision was the creation of a group that would allow independent professionals to better meet client needs by combining knowledge, skills and resources while still retaining true professional independence.
Achievement of this vision has not always been easy. However, today Ndarala has evolved into a 38 practice Group with members located in four countries. If you would like to find out something about our history click here.
Ndarala is a multidisciplinary organisation. The Group's network organisation means that clients can access services and support drawn from all Ndarala Group member practices and associated professionals from different fields.
Current Ndarala Group practice areas include:
If you would like to find out more about our practice areas, the services we offer clients and service delivery, please visit the client services section of the site.
Members and Membership
Ndarala welcomes new members. Membership is open to all independent professional practices and professionals sharing the Group's vision and values.
Consistent with our original vision, each Ndarala member professional or professional practice retains complete independence to deliver customised and personal service. Our objective is to help our members achieve their personal, professional and business objectives while improving client service.
If you would like to find out more about membership, members and member services, please click on member services.
Creating and Disseminating Knowledge
Consistent with our overall objective of advancing management knowledge and improving business and operational performance in public and private sectors, the Group has a strong focus on the creation and dissemination of knowledge among members, collective clients and the broader community.
For information about research activities see the research section of the site. This section also includes case studies, the library section and useful links.
For information about the way in which we try to contribute to informed public debate on management, industry and community issues, please visit our media centre.
We do accept advertising in certain parts of the site as a way of supporting our member services and development activities. If you would like to find out more about advertising possibilities contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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