Feeling that my brain has been on “auto pilot” mode for years. I am Principal in one of the top consulting firms, promoted on fast track basis, so have not been “lazy” and doing good at work. But everything feels the same, nothing gets me intellectually stimulated anymore, and now I feel like if the trend continues, I might lose my ability to adapt and learn new things altogether. Does anybody else feel the same way? (Contd).
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I know Mck is the top for strategy, but in terms of digital/design in top consulting firms which do you think is better? Mckinsey digital or deloitte digital? (Or another..?)
What are the top consulting firms in London?
what are the best consulting firms for sourcing and procurement? Looking to make a switch soon
Most top consulting firms treat their people well when leaving, and consider alumni as an asset. PwC seems to treat their outgoing staff very differently. This topic ever been discussed by leadership?
What are the best consulting firms for Advanced Analytics / Data science work? In terms of opportunities, best clients, most cutting edge work
Best consulting firms in South Carolina?
I am a former employee of Indian Railways PSU and want to join consulting with little experience. Is there anyone working in top consulting firms who can review my profile and refer me. Any sort of help will work because I am in need of a job right now
Just read poets and quants article on vault's best consulting firms. Haven't heard of Putnam associates but they seemed pretty impressive. What's their reputation/anyone who works there care to share?
https://hbr.org/2020/01/what-top-consulting-firms-gets-wrong-about-hiring thoughts? Article mentions case interviews as a poor predictor of performance.
What are some of the best consulting firms for digital strategy roles? Looking for a change and was wondering which of the T1/T2 firms have digital practices in Canada. I have applied to ATK and McK. BCG is working to establish their presence in Canada but their team is focused on establishing top down. Bain doesn’t have digital focus. Can anyone shed some light on other T2 firms?
So i have been fortunate that i have managed to go through my career without the need for a degree. I was lucky enough to have been hired by one of the worlds top consulting firms, worked with a whole lot of big clients and travelled a lot. It's gotten to the point where I am not even asked about the lack of a degree on my resume. Personally though, it bothers me. I have a whole bunch of certifications in my industry…but just no formal degree. (cont'd)
What does YOE really mean? Is that total overall or just since you’ve been in corporate environment? I feel like when applying to jobs I see “x” amount of years, but not sure how to judge that
Currently in Accenture with CTC 9.4 LPA (including bonus, fixed pay : 8.4) and 4 years 4 months experience in a .Net Support project having experience in Python, Powershell Scripting as well as in Blue Prism RPA. Want to switch to companies like Deloitte, KPMG, Morgan Stanley , JP Morgan or any such big firms. Can someone tell me if I can get offers in those considering I have worked in a support role for all the years? If yes then also my expected package ?
Has anybody made the switch from Big 4 consulting to MBB? What was the interview process like, and how did you prepare?
Anyone at Google willing to speak with me about the Global Product Lead role? I have an interview coming up and would appreciate any insight.
How does Deloitte corporate Amex work? Am I expected to use it for all travel? Or can I book hotels etc on personal and expense them later. If it matters, I am joining FDD practice
23 and looking to apply to MBA in ~3 years. What do I need to do to better my chances for an M7? Context: Mid-level undergrad with 3.79 GPA, top of class performer at IBM, have Negotiation Mastery and Disruptive Strategy certifications from HBS, not sure what to work on next.
I’d love some help thinking through this. I’m currently renting for $1600 base ($1800 total) and live in the least desirable part of town, and expect it to raise to about $2k/month. I was planning to buy my first property in the city and Airbnb part of it, but it will take me about a year to save up the cash (~$500k starting). Eventual goal is to move more rural but trying to build to FI. I found a property in my ideal dream location for $280k but it needs work, and can’t Airbnb it. Continued
Any tips and tricks to getting familiar with an industry you’ve never worked in before? Or general project onboarding tips?
What are you passionate about? Any tips on how to reflect on that? I feel like I’m spiraling into an identity crisis trying to think of my “story.” My work experience isn’t in any particular industry, and my personal life feels standard to millennials - food, travel, outdoor activities, art/culture
Hi everyone, I need your advice. I've been interviewing with MBB and Tier 2 firms over the past few years. However I was never well prepared for case studies. I now decided to take 6-8 months and seriously prepare for cases/mental math and try them again next year. I currently have Victor Chengs book and few others. What else would you recommend for me? How can i lay out a plan to study? Any source you can recommend free or paid?
What is the expected range for comp at L7 ? Have an offer and want to make sure what to expect in terms of negotiation.
I’m about to receive a $10k signing bonus and am looking to take advantage of this dip. Any recommendations? I’m thinking of throwing 1/3 of the $10k into BTC, 1/3 into ETH, and the rest into alts (I’m thinking MATIC and AMP). Current portfolio is BTC, ETH, and OMG. Any suggestions you all have would be appreciated!
Wanted to wait until after promotion notification to bring up a transfer. How long to wait now so it doesn’t seem too obvious that was my reasoning? I have about five months before I need the transfer
Hi! I have a few questions on the backdoor Roth in which I’ve done a bit of research online. When it comes tax time, will my 401k vendor (Merrill) give me the correct documents? I’ve just used turbo tax in the past but am worried of any documents I may be missing to adjust any tax. Also- when does the pro-rata rule come into play? I’m just nervous in the entire process as this is my first year doing this. TIA!!
Meeting with a recruiter at one of the FAANG companies. I won’t be able to move jobs because of H1b /GC at least for the next year. Any idea if I should start off with that or should I just try to understand the work that they have been doing?
The number of apps/utility tools we’re using is ridiculous. I probably spend an hour of my day just reading Basecamp 2, Basecamp 3, Wrike, Microsoft Teams, and slack notifications
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