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what would you chose?

 
#1 what would you chose?
07/04/2006 20:07

george

Ill put it to all of you out there:

two offers, same level, same grade ( not grad), same salary

one is for Roland Berger

one is for EY new consulting division

which one would you chose?

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#2 Re: what would you chose?
08/04/2006 02:57

Mike

Pick one. Talk to the other and negotiate, if they give you a better offer then take it, otherwise, deny it and accept the one you picked first. After all, money is important!

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#3 Re: what would you chose?
08/04/2006 22:39

Opera

Roland Berger - no hesitation

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#4 Re: what would you chose?
09/04/2006 12:36

RL

If this is your first job in consulting - go for RB; better name, more stable company; you're more likely to have the chance to learn tried and tested methods.

If you're looking to make a move into an area where you can stamp your mark, then E&Y would be my choice, as they're all new.

In finishing - you lucky barsteward!

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#5 Re: what would you chose?
10/04/2006 18:55

PA-er

RB- without a second thought.

Rumor has it EY are in a bit of a pickle- if you call the reception and ask for the consulting division they allegedly redirect you to Cap Gemini- that can't be good for business...

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#6 Re: what would you chose?
18/04/2006 21:28

KMan

Roland Berger for sure.

EY have problems. Their consulting division wallows in between "out of their depth" and "over the top".

There is near-zero ascension to partner level, and they're storing up an incredible backlog of directors, ADs and senior execs.

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