About to start my first PM job! Any tips to be prepared and ramp up quickly? Books to read, courses to take, etc.. any tips are appreciated! Currently in ops consulting. No tech background.
Is anyone running a small nonprofit on the side in addition to consulting? I am planning to start one to carry out some of my passion work. (Any books, courses, places to start?)
Anyone have a consulting services sales training they recommend taking? Or books to read?
Hi 🐠- I have a data analytic background, and am joining a consulting firm’s fraud group. I don’t know much about accounting - any books/good sources to brush up on to get some general knowledge?
You mentioned ATK being a leader in Ops Consulting. What books / white papers / magazines can one read to build such competency (for a newcomer) or to refresh one's know how (a vet in the space)? Tks!
Hi, I am going through a few books on consulting and one thing which seems to be given a lot of importance is market sizing. What is the importance of this? It seems to me that unless it is a new product; existing competitors, long term contracts, monopolies etc would make this result unreliable at best and misleading. Can someone help me understand this?
Looking for some material for a crash course in IT strategy consulting - books article etc. any recommendations would be appreciated
What are your favorite books for consulting?
Notice there are so many people with debate experience in consulting. Kinda impressed. Any highly recommended books related to debate or communication in general?
Does anyone know where to get some of top consulting books used or low cost (physical copies)? Stuff like the 4S method, pyramid principle and McKinsey way comes to mind, but would like to get copies at a lower cost if possible.
Hiya! I was wondering if anyone here has any good recommendations in terms of books or learning material that I can pick up to learn about sales and marketing relevant to the consulting industry?
Hi, would anyone be available to critique my resume? Also, I want to get out of consulting, but an absolutely horrible at selling myself because I don’t think I’ve done anything in my 3 years here. Does anyone have any good books that may help me with this?
Anyone on here in organizational psychology consulting? I’ve been reading a lot of books in IO Psych. and would love to transition to that field. Currently in ERP consulting. If you could share how you got started and any advice for someone looking to go in that field (degrees/experiences/etc).
Top 10 books to read about consulting life ?
Any recommendations on books/podcasts (and other sources) about CM? Not just to expand technical skills but also soft skills and external consulting?
Walked thru my B-school library today...I noticed a "Consulting" section...it was just 20ish books but cool to see. I graduated in 2006. Were "consulting" related classes at your school?
What are some good books or training resources that would help one excel in the consulting world?
About to start my first PM job after consulting. Any tips to get myself prepared and ramp up quickly? Books to read, courses to take, etc.? Currently doing ops consulting, no tech background.
Any Sloanies here willing to share their experience? I want to apply this fall but haven’t been able to visit due to the pandemic and am not as familiar with the culture, specific programs, and other unique factors as I’d like to be. Thanks.
EY kids, has anyone ever negotiated with the partner during the annual compensation conversation? If so, how did it go?
What's wlb like at Accenture? I've been at boutiques for the past few years, and I'm used to M-F 9-5 with heavy pushes on the front and back of projects. I'm chasing a Functional Tech Lead role in the north east Salesforce practice.
Question on EO, heard that portion of EO issued on 6/22 has been rolled back. We can now apply for visa stamping at the consulate, if open. Is this true?
I switched two years ago from regional real estate/energy to a local small, but established residential real estate practice. While I’ve gained so much practical experience and run my own book here, I want to shift to a non-traditional remote role in real estate but keep getting turned down. I have strong credentials but I’m worried this small firm experience is killing my marketability to large companies.
Is the exit to PE/HF from IB still worth it? I'm basing this decision solely on total comp / hours worked.
“The incorrect hypothesis that natural immunity is unreliable has resulted in the loss of thousands of American lives, avoidable vaccine complications, and damaged the credibility of public health officials “ https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/09/15/natural-immunity-vaccine-mandate/
Waiting on that retraction, Dems. Front page of the WSJ + Guardian today: "An Update on the Coronavirus Treatment - Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin continue to show results for patients"
Family, In case some of you are wondering, see below how to calculate your stimulus check : https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/business/coronavirus-stimulus-check-calculator/
When the industry said they were committed to hiring black people for senior roles they mean CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER, CHIEF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION and various other made up titles that make no sense!?? GTFOH .....
PwC 🐟 if you leave the firm (quit or laid off) do you have to return the firm sponsored phone? Or can you keep the device itself and give up the number?
What do you do if you’re expected to work with students who do not have all their vaccinations (not COVID)? It was my understanding that if students do not have all their required vaccinations, they couldn’t attend classes until they got them. Did I misunderstand something ?
For the pwc background check, do they contact your employer 2 weeks prior to the start date?
Hi Tax Bowlers, I'm an experienced associate (2yrs) in a Big 4 Transfer Pricing division. I have reached a point in my career where I am considering taking up a professional certification. Several colleagues recommended taking up either ACCA or CFA, however, I see little connection between these certifications and the work that I am currently doing, and what I plan to do in the future. What would you guys suggest? Would it be detrimental to my career if I did not take up any certifications?
Can anyone tell me about what’s it like working at Weber Shandwick? I don’t know much about the agency or their culture. Thanks!
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