Is agile philosophy killing Enterprise technology at scale? Saw this on LinkedIn today. Interesting idea. What are the thoughts from the consulting community? https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dQbHSFnjrCkOf3bkR24KU4Q1mFPAr_uTO63fAruFPXI/edit?usp=drivesdk
If a position is open in a location (DC) but I live in NYC and not willing to relocate, can I still apply if it seems to be mostly travel anyway
UBS UK pension contribution is set to a automatic minimum contribution at 9%.
I am also unable to opt out or reduce this contribution figure!
Anyone have any advice on how to get around this ?
How do I get over my fear of failure?
Currently 25 and working in consultant. An entrepreneur at heart but whenever I'm about to make an investment I get cold feet or lose interest. Any advice to help me get the ball rolling? I just want to start one or two small side hustles and work my way up
Hi guys, I’m about to get started in advisory at the Charlotte office. My degree is comp sci so I’m more on the tech side, any idea of what I should expect or tips for getting started?
Salary range for an Account Manager at a software company?
-8 years w company
-50+ accounts (customers)
-supports/fixes the software for the end user
I’m a paralegal at a V10 firm coming up on my 2 year commitment. I don’t want to go to law school, but have little work experience outside of the legal field.
Obviously I’m biased, but I feel confident I can learn and be successful in other professional roles. I was thinking finance or real estate, but I studied history and political science.
I feel stuck. What options do I have? Any advice to offer? Thanks in advance!
Nothing like the first day back in January when all the partners and clients start sending questions about how much progress the team has been able to make in the last week and a half. Ummm...none.
Hey folks, please help me out here. I'm currently an SC3 in Deloitte 4.5 YOE and just got a few opportunities in AI/DS product management:
1. Blackstone - Associate level and will be working on building product for Data solutions
2. Amobee (an Adtech company) - Senior PM for Core DSP AI capabilities
3. Aetna - Lead TPM for experimentation platform
4. JPMorgan (not an offer yet but likely) - Senior Associate for AI research PM
Which one should I pick? My background is tech no plan for mba
Does anyone regret not getting an mba? For context, spent 2 years in T2 consulting out of undergrad, and left for a PM role at a unicorn. Comp is ~180k, with significant upside post IPO. I want to stay and vest my options, and potentially jump to other tech companies in a product function, but parents are asking me to think about an MBA.
Will I need it down the line / regret not going back to school?
I’m going through the foster care training program to start fostering a child, but am wondering if there are any women out there who can talk to me about working in consulting & raising foster kids?
On their most recent earnings call, Delta estimated their deal with AmEx will generate $7B through 2023. What do you think their profit is on that? Do you think, net-net, you cost them or give them $$
“Work looks ‘Okay’” - Things you do not want to hear thirty minutes before a client presentation after a week of slogging through contradicting feedbacks.
How long did it take you to receive your first promotion? I have 3 years of work experience, currently at my 3rd agency, and third associate position. Four people on my brand team have been promoted (across levels and departments, but none in PM). I'm getting sick of being pumped up with empty praise if others are actually being rewarded with accolades.
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