Defining management consulting is indefinite in itself because the concept is so wide-ranging. Clients seek out management consultants for solutions to a very wide range of specific problems, whether it’s advice on how to restructure the company, guidance on revamping HR or a plan for upgrading the company’s IT suite. Basically, there are two main motivations for companies seeking out management consultants. They want the unbiased perspective of an outsider in tackling an issue or they need a level of expertise to solve a specific problem that they can’t get from a current employee, or a combination of both. It’s an resourceful field and demand for management consultants only seems to grow as time goes on.