Anyone else have someone in their life / work or personal/ who continually brags about “knowing how to set up a zoom meeting”? It’s month three of the pandemic. We all know how to set up a zoom meeting Karen.
Interviewed for a role at Fortune 500 on Friday. Haven't heard anything back and recruiter told me he'd have an update for me by early to mid next week (which is this week)....thoughts?
Speaking purely from an economical perspective, would FAANG or MBB offer more $$ coming out of an MBA program? What about after 10-15 yrs?
I feel that strategy consultants (including me) have little idea of finance. I’ve talked to senior MBB partners who don’t know basic concepts like linking balance sheet to CFS (contd)
That Deloitte hack could’ve happened to any of our firms, sucks for the firm but really sucks for fellow 🐠 who have to respond to client questions. Good luck out there!
Nice lady trying to console her crying baby on my flight is making such a harsh “shhh” sounds that’s I actually prefer the baby just cry
🐠 fam I’m going to be a father 🤯 I’m not allowed to tell anyone yet in real life so I’m telling you guys
Feeling torn. I enjoy the team that I work with and have a relatively good work-life balance. However, my compensation is below industry standard, and I don’t want to be with a technology implementation-focused firm in the long term (strategy projects are few and far between). Is there any good method to parting ways with people who have invested so much into my development without disappointing them or potentially burning bridges?
If you're getting laid off, do you think the firm will allow you to "stay employed" and let you take your pto instead of paying in out just so it gives you time to find a job while "still employed"?
What's the client side equivalent of an advisory manager? Manager, director, VP? Other? Generally speaking - of course.
For benchmarking I think it’d be helpful for all on here to see starting comp. (undergrad or MBA) at top consulting firms: Firm: Base salary: Total possible per. bonus: Profit share: 401K:
Strategy SM of one year, looking at a few Microsoft roles. 12 years of career experience plus MBA. What level is appropriate? Director or Sr. D seems appropriate, or should I target General Manager (though those don’t seem to be as available as Director level roles)? Is it harder to lateral in at GM? Better to go in at Director and get promoted to GM? Thanks!
Would it be possible to go from FP&A at a bank to investment banking without an MBA? Background includes transaction advisory and previous banking experience
I’m not even that worried about covid but I’ll ride the wave of public fear if it means less travel and less large boring work events
With everything going on and a recent layoff, I’ve really been reevaluating my life. Is it dumb to leave all $ and perks behind for more fulfillment and passion. I’m looking for a new job but... cont.
How many consultants (perhaps at M/SM level) exited to big tech, and finds the scope of work is super insignificant & your consulting/management experience under utilized?
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