I was talking to a first year at a different consulting firm who mentioned that even as a first year, he gets plenty of project staffing options. Is this the norm? I got pigeonholed early
On the bench and anxious! Does everyone have a project lined up immediately after a project ends even if that project weren't the top choice?
Have a strong feeling the lead on my current project is about to be replaced. Laying low.
That moment when your client tells the engagement partner of your project that if his son weren't married he would try to set you up with him...
When a client changes their mind about a model you're running without telling you and then sends a ranting email as if they did #oblivious
Opinion: relationship (unspecified degree of commitment) with someone on your project team...yea or nay?
I'm on PTO this whole week, but still have to work because the client MUST have a deliverable a week before they even start their month close.
My team of 10 is located in 2 countries and 5 cities. Oh and we never physically meet the client either they are in the 6th city. So much For being a collocated agile team. Sigh! #hownottodoagile
Woke up to a hotel breakfast of stale bagels, spoiled milk and rancid yogurt... great start to a client week onsite!
Finally built up the courage to take full advantage of the beach by visiting the gf on a weekday. At 8:30pm I got an email saying be back for a project by 8:30am tomorrow. She lives 4 hours away...
I called in sick today and ended up watching "Walking Dead" marathon while having soup in bed. Almost felt like college days. Except when the phone rang and I had to take an urgent client call.
When the only flight to your new project on the airline your loyal to is in the afternoon on Mondays... 😡
From what I can see so far, taking a full time offer from a client you've worked for seems analogous to crossing into heaven.
Traveling for this project makes me not want to travel home for the holidays. I don't even want to think about all the incompetent vacationers swarming the airport terminals.
I love the smell of client value creation in the morning. It's an interesting mix of analyst sweat and tears.
What are the best ways to settle nerves before a big presentation? Have a big client pres after the break, I want to beam confidence.
Everybody I know wants to get out of this project. It's only this project or you guys too???
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Nice! The post animation looks good!
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About to start a new project I’m super negative about mentally because I’ve worked with the partner and know from previous experience how absolutely awful they are in terms of project management. How do I make it through?
Would you jump from consulting to Microsoft for the same total comp (base, bonus, RSUs)? Base is lower at msft but total comp is the same as where I'm at now.
When you're already running late for a 6AM flight and the lady in front of you starts taking off her shoes in the TSA Precheck line...
Help needed guys, given my situation below, what should I do? 1) Already have an offer and accepted; 2) Now get a second offer with 20k more than 1) 3) Interview process with FAANG and if accepted, will get 40k more than 2) Should I now decline 1) and accept 2), and in case I got an offer from FAANG, then decline 2) immediately? Is it like really bad?
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