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Confused about where to go next

 
#1 Confused about where to go next
11/10/2016 09:29

consultant_hop

As the title suggests, I am a bit confused about where to go next, which is unlike me.

I have 5 years Big Four consulting experience. I have done a range of things: change management, process improvement and target operating models.

I want to go into industry or in-house consulting. My question is where do consultants with target operating model backgrounds tend to go within industry?

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#2 RE: Confused about where to go next
14/10/2016 11:40

Whizz to consultant_hop (#1)

I suppose that would depend upon your industry experience. If you want to go to an in-house consultancy at a bank but have worked for 5 years in Telco, you may struggle. Perhaps COO function roles are also worth considering?

In-house consulting does sound viable for your background in terms of skillset. I believe that there are a number of other threads that cover where there are in-house consulting practices (BT, Deutsche etc). It is also worth considering whether the move is to avoid the consulting politics - as Tony intimated in a previous thread, internal consultants still face a lot of the same challenges.

If you go for the industry option consider which functions you have worked with predominantly and focus your applications there.

Best of luck.

W

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