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If you could do it all again

 
#1 If you could do it all again
19/08/2005 20:49

A

I was just wondering for those consultans - if you were a graduate again in todays market, which consulting firms would be your top three choices to work for and why?

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#2 Re: If you could do it all again
22/08/2005 11:25

Mart

Easy one:

Roland Berger- the best Strat Consulting in the world! European approach is much, much deeper than the US one. Those guys are smart!! (I am American, so I´m being really honest).

BCG- Really good, academic-like ideas.

Bain- Excellent mix of Strat and Operational work.

I bet you were thinking of McKinsey... I was there for 3 years, and, although I learned a lot and worked with very interesting people, I think that the firm is to square, in the sense that they only whant a specific type of people, everything has to be McKinsey way or it is not good enough.

Don´t get me wrong, it´s an incredible company in many ways but, if I was to start a consulting career (I left to Industry 2 years ago)I would really go for a European company, and the best of the best is Roland Berger!!!

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