The Institute of Management Consultants USA announces that Ken Goldstein, CMC, PE was posthumously elected as a fellow of the Institute (FIMC) at the IMC Confab in Reno, Nevada.
The FIMC recognizes a CMC who has been a long time contributor to the Institute, demonstrating exceptional service on a national level and whose career represents the goals, values and ethics of IMC.
IMC USA promotes a strong Code of Ethics among its members and is the only body that awards the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation to qualified consultants. Ken was known as “Mr. Ethics” and served as Ethics Chair for IMC. He was the founder of KSG Consulting Group and was an active member of the DFW chapter where he sat on their Board of Directors.
Dr. Drumm McNaughton CMC, Chair of IMC, still finds himself asking the question when faced with an ethical dilemma, “What would Ken say?” and believes that he is looking down right now saying “You guys are doing it right.”
Active in the Boy Scouts, he served as Scoutmaster, Unit Commissioner, and received the rare Silver Beaver for his outstanding contribution to scouting. He was a founding member of Temple Shalom and president of Jewish Marriage Encounter of Texas, an encounter group that touched more than 200 couples.
IMC USA members with CMC designations are acknowledged as leading experts in their fields, with track records of significant accomplishments in their consulting engagements. IMC USA is the U.S. representative to the prestigious International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI) which has chapters in 45 foreign countries.